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Emergency Food Clearinghouses

Programs that coordinate requests for emergency food assistance by screening individuals who apply using criteria established by the food pantries or other providers, maintaining lists of individuals who have been aided, and checking new applicants against the lists before referring them to a resource that can meet their needs. Emergency food clearinghouses help to avoid duplication of service and maximize the availability of food resources while relieving the agencies of the task of handling requests directly. Also included are programs that refer people needing food to an appropriate resource, but which are not the sole source for this information.

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Thru: USDA National Hunger Hotline

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USDA National Hunger Hotline

50 Broad Street
Suite 1103
New York, NY

Thru: Foodlink

Member agency must be a Foodlink member agency, a direct provider of food to the ill, children, and/or needy, 501(c)3 organization, open to the public.
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1999 Mount Read Boulevard
Rochester, NY

Thru: Southwest Area Neighborhood Association

Zip code areas 14608, 14611, 14619. Varies by program. Call for information.
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Southwest Area Neighborhood Association

275 Dr. Samuel Mccree Way
Southwest Community Center
Rochester, NY

Clothing: TU 9:00AM-5:00PM.

Thru: Food Bank of Central New York

Must be at or below 185% of poverty level for food pantries.
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Food Bank of Central New York

7066 Interstate Island Road
Syracuse, NY

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