WEATHER UPDATE: Today’s food distribution in Seneca County (South Seneca HS) is canceled due to the inclement weather. Our Wayne County distribution (Lyons) will go on as scheduled.
If you are in need of food assistance, please use the map below to find information about local food pantries, community meal programs and food distribution sites located throughout Foodlink’s 10-county service area.
The schedule for Foodlink’s mobile farmers market, the Curbside Market, also is available below.
MONROE COUNTY FOOD DISTRIBUTION INFORMATION:
Registration is now FULL for all Monroe County sites (March 3-12).
Our next schedule of food distribution sites will be released Wednesday, March 10.
Public Market (3/3-full) | Irondequoit DPW (3/4-full) | Foodlink (3/5-full) | Greece Arcadia (3/6-full) |
Salvation Army (3/9-full) | Public Market (3/10-full) | Henrietta (3/11-full) | Foodlink (3/12-full)
> DOWNLOAD A PRINTABLE FLYER (English & Spanish): March 3-12 flyer
INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY: For Monroe County distributions, Foodlink follows RCSD’s school-closing weather policy. Distributions could be cancelled for two reasons: (1) If the wind chill factor is -20 or colder; or (2) A heavy accumulation of snowfall prohibits food and/or individuals from arriving safely. All cancellations will be posted here, on Foodlink social media, as well as local media outlets.
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Contact information for food pantries and community meal programs are provided in the map below. Residents in need of food assistance are encouraged to call ahead to learn about current hours of operation.
Residents also can contact 2-1-1 (or text 898-211) to learn about additional social-service resources in the area. | >> 211’s website
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