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winter volunteers needed for home-delivered meals program

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In the winter months, many of the volunteers for FeedMore WNY's Home Delivered Meals program head south. To fill those spots, we're looking for people who don't mind driving in the snow or wintry conditions to pick up a meal delivery route from December - March.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Aspire of WNY volunteers in variety of ways

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Every week, more than 30 staff members and participants from Aspire of WNY volunteer for a multitude of FeedMore WNY projects, including sorting and packing food in the warehouse, making reusable grocery bags out of donated T-shirts and delivering meals for a whopping 25 home-delivered meal routes throughout East Aurora, West Seneca, Buffalo, Cheektowaga, Lancaster, Clarence and Niagara Falls.

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Why I Volunteer: Mari McNeil

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Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mari McNeil sang at more than 90 local retirement homes and assisted living facilities over the course of 10 years. Now, as a volunteer with FeedMore WNY, she delivers meals two days a week, helping to bring food and friendship to homebound neighbors in Niagara County.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Rich Products Corporation

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For more than 25 years, dedicated employees at Rich Products Corporation have helped deliver nutritious food and friendship to our homebound community members. Since July 2020, the Rich Products Corporation has donated $85,000 in support of FeedMore WNY's programs.

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Why I Volunteer: Patricia Gurney

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With the increased need for nutritious, home-delivered food in the City of Buffalo, FeedMore WNY has relocated its Broadway delivery site to the Seneca-Babcock Arlene Mychajliw Community Center. This collaboration between FeedMore WNY and the Seneca-Babcock Community Association provides a more spacious site to accommodate the expanded need for deliveries in the area.

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Why I Volunteer: Maria Zoyhofski

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With the increased need for nutritious, home-delivered food in the City of Buffalo, FeedMore WNY has relocated its Broadway delivery site to the Seneca-Babcock Arlene Mychajliw Community Center. This collaboration between FeedMore WNY and the Seneca-Babcock Community Association provides a more spacious site to accommodate the expanded need for deliveries in the area.

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FeedMore WNY collaborates with Seneca-Babcock Community Association to open new meal delivery site, serving Buffalo’s homebound neighbors in need.

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With the increased need for nutritious, home-delivered food in the City of Buffalo, FeedMore WNY has relocated its Broadway delivery site to the Seneca-Babcock Arlene Mychajliw Community Center. This collaboration between FeedMore WNY and the Seneca-Babcock Community Association provides a more spacious site to accommodate the expanded need for deliveries in the area.

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