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The 15th annual Rock Out Hunger food drive, benefiting FeedMore WNY, will be held at Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital on November 17 through November 24, 2020.
Join 97 Rock’s DJ Jickster as he spends one week in a FeedMore WNY trailer, collecting nonperishable and perishable items for those in need this holiday season. Stop by our contactless food drive at Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital and contribute to this important annual event!
Your donation of frozen turkeys, nonperishable food items and funds benefit the hungry families, children, older community members and veterans who depend on our program for support.
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Virtual “Little Brown Bags of Hope” will be available throughout the holiday season at Tops Friendly Markets in our service area. By making a $5, $10 or $20 donation at the register, food will be donated directly to our program.
On December 4, 2020, join FeedMore WNY, WGRZ and Townsquare Media at one of six participating Tops Friendly Markets locations for our annual day of giving! Volunteer opportunities are available in Amherst, Buffalo, Depew, Hamburg, Lockport, and Niagara Falls.
Many families rely on FeedMore WNY for support during the holiday season. As our region continues to adapt to the ongoing health crisis, your donation of food or funds can have an even greater impact on those affected.
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For the first year, the specially outfitted 40-foot shipping container branded “Rooting for Our Neighbors” will be used to harvest kale that will be distributed to food pantries and soup kitchens that rely on FeedMore WNY for nutritious food and support. Fresh kale, and kale dishes, also will be delivered directly to hungry community members served through its Mobile Food Pantry and Meals on Wheels programs. The initiative is part of NYPA’s Environmental Justice program, which offers educational programs about clean, renewable energy and sustainability, and provides resources to meet the needs of underrepresented communities located near NYPA’s power assets.read more