The Pantry is thrilled to have received this year’s Michal Winter Memorial Award for Agency Excellence from the Food Bank for Westchester.
The 2nd Annual Empty Bowls event was a huge success. Thank you to Chappaqua Cares for donating a portion of the proceeds to the Panty. This will keep our shelves filled with varied, nutritious food for more than 3 months,
allowing us to support an average of 263 hungry households each week, and to respond as needs grow.
Sat 1/14: Participate in a Food Drive with Volunteer NY as part of the Martin Luther King Day
The Mount Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry offers weekly distributions, providing households with enough nutritious groceries for four days worth of
As a "choice" pantry, we offer clients a selection of fresh eggs, bread, frozen meats, non-perishable staples, and fresh produce. Home delivery
is available for residents with a documented physical or mental disability.
The Pantry also offers clients comprehensive nutrition workshops, free of charge, on site. In addition, we offer assistance in registering for
federal food assistance programs. A grass-roots alliance of 13 faith-based community organizations, the Pantry advocates for hunger awareness
and government polices that support feeding programs.
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