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FeedMore WNY
100 James E. Casey Drive
Buffalo, NY 14206

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How is the nonprofit affected by its lack of adequate space?

The nonprofit is renting or borrowing nearly 30,000 square feet of freezer, cooler, and dry storage space, and there is no room to hire additional staff or grow programs.

In the past couple of years, FeedMore WNY had to turn away roughly 1.2 million pounds of food donations annually because the products could not be stored or repacked safely.

Will clients who rely on FeedMore WNY services be impacted?

FeedMore WNY’s move to Hamburg will not affect its clients. The nonprofit’s model of operation is to bring its services directly to clients.

The Hamburg location is roughly the geographic center of FeedMore WNY’s four-county service area and is ideal for this distribution method.

How will the nonprofit pay for the new facility?

In addition to a lead grant from Assemblyman Jon Rivera of $250,000, Gov. Kathy Hochul and state lawmakers included $24 million for the project in the recently passed budget.

U.S. senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, and former Rep. Chris Jacobs also helped secure $2 million in federal funding.

FeedMore WNY is currently working with a number of foundations, corporations and community members to acquire lead commitments of significant, multi-year gifts in support of the effort.