Altmar, NY
Food Pantries

Food pantries give free food to local residents. There are 4 food pantries in the Altmar area.

1 Miles Away

Altmar , NY 13302

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-- Archibald Alexander

Food Bank Of Central New York

33 Miles Away

7066 Interstate Island Rd.
Syracuse, NY 13209
(315) 437-1899

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The Food Bank of Central New York is a not-for-profit organization working to eliminate hunger through food distribution, education and advocacy in cooperation with the community.

A grocery rescue program; the Food Bank picks up donated perishable foods from participating grocery stores each weekday and delivers them to distribution sites in the afternoon.

I don't have anything against work. I just figure, why deprive somebody who really loves it.
-- Dobie Gillis

Watertown Urban Mission Inc

33 Miles Away

247 Factory St
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-8440

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Emergency services: food pantry, formula, prescriptions, household items, essential furniture, clothing, transportation, vehicle donation & recipient program, alternative to incarceration program.

Wheels for Work: working low-income parent can receive low cost vehicle, accepts donated vehicles Bridge Program: alternative to incarceration for non-violent offenders Food Sense: Cooperative food buying program not based on income Christian Care Center: Drop in center Critical Needs: emergency assistance program Food Pantry: 7-day supply for each member of the family once every 30 days Impossible Dream Thrift Store - place for low-income people to shop and for local donations to end up being sold or given to needy through Critical Needs Program.

What we are looking for is what is looking.
-- St Francis Assisi

Jctod Outreach, Inc.

47 Miles Away

PO Box 160
Utica, NY 13503

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Serving the poor and needy in the inner city through community development, special needs housing, nutrition, recreation, mentoring, and advocacy.

Johnson Park Apartments Permanent Supportive Housing * A new start! * A supportive, nurturing environment where homeless women can recover from substance abuse and mental health disabilities, rebuild their families, and prepare to re-enter the workforce * Includes an on-site Family Specialist Program designed to strengthen families, build home living skills, and prevent family violence and neglect * Advocacy at custody hearings, court appearances, with treatment providers, and more. Family Emergency Shelter The first Emergency Shelter of its kind in Oneida County, where traditional and non-traditional low income families can stay together during a crisis, regardless of their composition Youth Drop-In Center and Feeding Program * Open to all children, year-round * A positive, safe environment where youth can take refuge from the streets and difficult home situations * Each day they provide a nutritious meal  * The Youth Voice Initiative trains young people ages 9 to 16 to speak up and be leaders and positive role models. Members encourage other youth not to use tobacco, illegal drugs, or alcohol and to resist crime and violence. Community Food Pantry Open to all low-income individuals and families. There is no referral or identification needed, and no residency requirement. They are open in the evenings to meet the needs of working families, who can come in and pick up a selection of nutritious staple foods. Pre- and Post-Employment Mentoring,Training, and Support Services for Ex-Offenders Get back on track with help creating a resume, searching and applying for jobs, preparing for interviews, getting work clothes, ID, and much more. They will provide support and coaching through the whole process, even after you get the job!Program:Youth Outreach CenterBudget: NaNCategory: Youth DevelopmentPopulation Served: Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.) Program Description: Serving children from 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM. Includes a hot supper with many activities. During the school year, the Youth Center provides homework help, literacy classes, technology training, life skill and self-esteem building activities, structured recreation, and more.

Expenditure rises to meet income.
-- C Northcote Parkinson