more food. more good.

The Food Bank and
Meals on Wheels are now FeedMore WNY.

We’ve come together to go further than plates and pantries. To put food on more tables. To provide companionship to more homebound neighbors. To inspire brighter futures for those who wish to provide for themselves. In 2020, our feeding programs have served more than 16 million meals to homebound neighbors and through our nearly 300 pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters and other hunger-relief agencies throughout Erie, Niagara, Cattaraugus and Chautauqua counties.

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meal services

Our expanded meal services deliver more than just healthy food.

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find food

Locate food pantries and dining sites throughout Western New York.

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nutrition assistance

Learn about ways you can receive additional nutrition assistance.

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nutrition education

Learn how to maintain a healthy lifestyle through nutrition workshops, cooking classes and more.

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food 2 families

Through the 17th annual Food 2 Families food drive, you can purchase “Little Brown Bags of Hope” to provide support for those in need this holiday season. Little Brown Bags of Hope are available at Tops Friendly Markets locations throughout our service area. Purchase a Little Brown Bag of Hope online by clicking here.

On December 3, join 2 On Your Side WGRZ, Tops Friendly Markets and Townsquare Media at our outdoor food and fund drive! We will be collecting nonperishable goods at six Tops locations across Western New York! Click here to learn more.

community feedback

“It’s an amazing gift to know
that they’re bringing my dad
a hot meal every day,”

— Donna, caregiver of home-delivered meals recipient

Posted October 25, 2021

Catholic Health, D’Youville College and FeedMore WNY to Open Food FARMacy at Sisters Health Center D’Youville

A collaboration between Catholic Health, D’Youville College and FeedMore WNY, the “Food FARMacy” at Sisters Health Center D’Youville is a unique and innovative service enabling primary care providers to link patients at risk for food insecurity to nutritional food; ongoing education regarding diet, exercise, and symptom management; and needed support to change behaviors and improve health outcomes.

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