How To Find Food
Those in need of food throughout Foodlink’s 10-county service area are encouraged to contact 2-1-1 to learn about food-related resources in your area. Many of Foodlink’s member agencies and programs are provided, either by calling, texting (898-211) or visiting their website, https://211lifeline.org/ .
Aside from continuing to support hundreds of our hunger-relief partners throughout the region as the regional food bank, Foodlink is also collaborating with numerous community partners throughout our service area to provide boxes of groceries via no-touch, drive-thru distributions.
Monroe County sites require pre-registration through 2-1-1 (text 898-211). No walk-ups or unregistered people will be served at these locations.
Visit our EFSB page for a complete list of sites throughout our 10-county region — many of which operate on a first come, first served basis.
Have you received extra food benefits through the Pandemic EBT program?
Families were eligible to receive up to $420 per child, to account for meals missed due to the early closure of schools in March. If you have any questions about the Pandemic EBT program in New York, contact the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance’s P-EBT Food Benefits Helpline at 833-452-0096.