Need A Turkey? Here’s How To Get One Through Our Local Feeding Programs
Many Families have been hit hard financially in New York State because of the COVID-19 pandemic and to help these struggling families Governor Kathy Hochul announced that 3,200 turkeys are being distributed through regional food banks all thanks to $100,000 in donations that came in from several corporations, combined with a partnership with Feeding New York State.
Here's what that means for families in Otsego and Delaware Counties. There will be a distribution of turkeys through the Regional Food Bank. In Chenango County, the distribution will happen through the Food Bank of Central New York.
For those in the Oneonta area, you can contact St. Mary's Food Pantry located at 38 Walnut St. in Oneonta to find out more at Phone: 607-386-2623. Hours of operation are:
Monday - 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Wednesday - 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Friday - 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Even if you miss out on a turkey, local community banks can help families on a regular basis who are food insecure. Visit feedingnys.org/need-food to locate the nearest food bank.
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