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Regional Food Bank - Latham

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965 Albany Shaker Rd, Latham, NY 12110
http://www.foodbankassocnys.org/don...
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About UsHow We WorkThe Association was formed in the late 1990s when the food banks from around New York State began to meet and discuss the issue of hunger at the state level. In 2004 the Association began serving as a statewide presence educating th...read more
About UsHow We WorkThe Association was formed in the late 1990s when the food banks from around New York State began to meet and discuss the issue of hunger at the state level. In 2004 the Association began serving as a statewide presence educating the public as to the needs of the food banks and New York's hungry. In 2006 the first Executive Director was hired.The state food bank network covers each and every county in New York State:-Food Bank of Western New York (located in Buffalo)-Foodlink (located in Rochester)-Food Bank of the Southern Tier (located in Elmira)-Syracuse - Food Bank of Central New York-Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York (located in Latham with a satellite facility, the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley at Cornwall-on-Hudson[near Newburgh]).-Food Bank For Westchester (located in Millwood)-Food Bank For New York City-Long Island Cares, Inc./The Harry Chapin Food Bank (located in Hauppauge)Incorporated as a non-profit whose mission is to help end hunger in New York State, the Association is located in Albany about 2 blocks from the State Capitol. The Association works in a variety of ways to assist in hunger relief:-Partnerships with industry to gain more donations/food for the food banks,-Statewide donation projects in conjunction with farmers to obtain fresh fruit and produce for the hungry,-Public education as to the needs of the food banks and the 5,000 hunger relief agencies served by food banks,-Advocacy on behalf of the food banks at the local, state, and federal levels of government,-Nutritional awareness and anti-hunger advocacy,-Representation at state agencies serving as a resource for both state government and the food banks in the areas of food policy,-Inter-food bank and agency committees and gatherings to share best practices,-Coordinated outreach with other charities to develop policy and practices to address hunger and poverty in New York State,-Research into the effects of hunger on the state and its population,-Fundraising to support the mission of the Association and food banks.
 
 

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About UsHow We WorkThe Association was formed in the late 1990s when the food banks from around New York State began to meet and discuss the issue of hunger at the state level. In 2004 the Association began serving as a statewide presence educating the public as to the needs of the food banks and New York's hungry. In 2006 the first Executive Director was hired.The state food bank network covers each and every county in New York State:-Food Bank of Western New York (located in Buffalo)-Foodlink (located in Rochester)-Food Bank of the Southern Tier (located in Elmira)-Syracuse - Food Bank of Central New York-Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York (located in Latham with a satellite facility, the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley at Cornwall-on-Hudson[near Newburgh]).-Food Bank For Westchester (located in Millwood)-Food Bank For New York City-Long Island Cares, Inc./The Harry Chapin Food Bank (located in Hauppauge)Incorporated as a non-profit whose mission is to help end hunger in New York State, the Association is located in Albany about 2 blocks from the State Capitol. The Association works in a variety of ways to assist in hunger relief:-Partnerships with industry to gain more donations/food for the food banks,-Statewide donation projects in conjunction with farmers to obtain fresh fruit and produce for the hungry,-Public education as to the needs of the food banks and the 5,000 hunger relief agencies served by food banks,-Advocacy on behalf of the food banks at the local, state, and federal levels of government,-Nutritional awareness and anti-hunger advocacy,-Representation at state agencies serving as a resource for both state government and the food banks in the areas of food policy,-Inter-food bank and agency committees and gatherings to share best practices,-Coordinated outreach with other charities to develop policy and practices to address hunger and poverty in New York State,-Research into the effects of hunger on the state and its population,-Fundraising to support the mission of the Association and food banks.