Feeding Westchester spotlights unwavering commitment to addressing food insecurity ahead of National Food Bank Day

As the nation observes National Food Bank Day Friday, News 12’s Lisa LaRocca is in Elmsford with Feeding Westchester, providing insights into the organization's impactful work.

News 12 Staff

Aug 31, 2023, 12:30 PM

Updated 230 days ago

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As the nation observes National Food Bank Day Friday, News 12’s Lisa LaRocca is in Elmsford with Feeding Westchester, providing insights into the organization's impactful work.
Amidst the commencement of a bustling month, the team at Feeding Westchester remains unwavering in their commitment to addressing food insecurity.
September is also designated as Hunger Action Month, the spotlight shines on initiatives aimed at combating hunger in the community.
Ryan Brisk, Vice President of Operations, shows off Feeding Westchester's new 12,000 foot distribution center.
Andre Thompson, Vice President of Impact Programming, says children who have food insecurities are likely to underpreform at school.
Jenine Kelly, Vice President of Development, says 1 out of 3 families in Westchester is at risk of hunger.
Jandery De La Cruz explains how volunteers are the engine that powers Feeding Westchester.
Christopher McGregor explains how Feeding Westchester is working create food pantries at local schools so students don't go hungry.
Karen Erren, President and CEO, says Feeding Westchester helps their partners serve 80,000 children's visits a month.


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