Above, a conceptual rendering shows the new headquarters for FeedMore WNY.

more room. more food.

FeedMore WNY is investing in the future by centralizing its operations to a new facility in the Town of Hamburg!

the problem

Due to a rapid increase in food insecurity among Western New York residents, current FeedMore WNY facilities are operating beyond their capacity to meet the service needs of the region.

the solution

To continue expanding regional food programs and providing its current services, FeedMore WNY will build a 197,700 square-foot facility to centralize its regional operations on a 74-acre site in the Town of Hamburg.

the need

After reaching nearly two-thirds of its fundraising goal to establish a permanent home for the organization, FeedMore WNY is kicking off the public phase of its campaign and inviting the community to participate in this critical project.

I want to learn more about the capital campaign and new headquarters!

I want to support FeedMore WNY by donating to the capital campaign!

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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The above video includes clips from the Sept. 27 press conference at FeedMore WNY’s warehouse, 91 Holt St.

FeedMore WNY kicks off public phase
of campaign for new building

FeedMore WNY has reached nearly two-thirds of its fundraising goal to establish a permanent home for the organization and build brighter futures for Western New Yorkers of all ages experiencing food insecurity and joblessness.

With this milestone reached, FeedMore WNY is kicking off the public phase of its campaign and inviting the community to participate in this critical project. Delaware North CEO Lou Jacobs is co-chairing the campaign with community volunteer Ann McCarthy, and Delaware North is donating $1 million to demonstrate the Western New York business community’s commitment to the project.

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Delaware North’s new 716 Spritz to raise awareness, funding for capital campaign

Delaware North will raise awareness and funds for FeedMore WNY’s capital campaign at its Western New York locations with the launch of its signature cocktail – the 716 Spritz.

During the month of October, $1 from every 716 Spritz sold will be donated to FeedMore WNY’s capital campaign, and customers will be able to scan QR codes at Delaware North locations to learn more about the campaign and make direct donations.

Locations where the 716 Spritz will be available include KeyBank Center, Highmark Stadium, the Buffalo-Niagara International Airport, Hamburg Gaming and Patina 250.

read more about the campaign

Our submission video, above, offers an opportunity for you to learn more about how FeedMore WNY would use the Land Rover.

Public voting ends at 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4. To make it easier to vote each day, “bookmark” the voting form page on your web browser.

Please rally your family and friends to help us earn the most votes by voting each day!

We appreciate your support in this amazing chance to win an all-terrain vehicle to help our neighbors during times of emergency!

Vote now to help us win a vehicle
for emergency meal deliveries!

FeedMore WNY has been named a finalist in the 2023 Defender Service Awards with an opportunity to win a new Land Rover Defender 130 to help us serve the community – especially during winter storms.

All we need is YOUR VOTE!

Each person can vote once per day, per email address for FeedMore WNY.

The top 5 organizations with the most votes at the end of the voting period will each be awarded $5,000 from Chase and $2,500 from Warner Bros. Discovery.

And, the organization receiving the most votes will be awarded the ultimate prize of a new Land Rover Defender 130! Click the “cast my vote” button below to reach the voting form page!

FeedMore WNY congratulates RISE graduates’ achievements

FeedMore WNY’s RISE program has graduated 11 additional students following their completion of the 10-week job training session.

A ceremony to commemorate the Cohort 11 graduates was held Sept. 18.

RISE is an acronym for Readying Individuals for Success and Employment. The program provides free job training for economically disadvantaged adults.

Additionally, the program gives graduates the skills, experience, opportunities and a network of partners to help our neighbors obtain gainful employment and achieve financial self-sufficiency.

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View the above video to watch some of our RISE graduates talk about what the program means to them and what they plan to do next!

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.