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Si no asistió a la campaña de preinscripción,

deberá registrarse el jueves

por la mañana

en Ackerman Hall antes de poder conseguir comida.


Traiga su identificación y comprobante de residencia en Sleepy Hollow o Tarrytown.


If you did not come to the

preregistration drive,

you will need to register Thursday before you can collect food.

Bring ID and proof of residence in Sleepy Hollow or Tarrytown.


Covid rates are up

in our community

We strongly suggest that you wear a mask

to our distributions and work sessions.

Bring your own mask -- we are not providing them.

Our Fall Distributions:

September 14, October 12, and November 9

We so appreciate the generosity of our donors, individuals and civic organizations, who have made possible extra distributions during the pandemic and recent economic inflation.   Some are listed at our new webpage, Thanks You, Donors.

Every dollar you give us goes directly to healthy food for a local family in need!

Because of expanded services for inflation and Covid,  our current costs are about $25,000 per month.

And because we purchase  in bulk, your financial contributions to us have much greater purchasing power!

We are happy to accept marketable securities as donations.  Call to arrange!


Goods We Accept

Donations of the items below can be dropped off during volunteer times.  Click "Get Involved" button above, then the "Volunteer Now' button to view when volunteers willbe at the Pantry. Please do not leave items at the church of on the doorstep or church vestibule. 

For large donations from food drives, call Rich Issacson at (917)364-8593 to arrange to have the pantry opened.

These specific items our clients need.  Bear in mind:  please do not buy very large packages -- we cannot break them apart.  Instead, packaging size appropriate for a family of four for the week.


We cannot accept baby food, nutritional supplements or opened/expired packages.

healthy cereal, plain oatmeal

shelf stable milk

peanut butter

2 lb. bags rice

dried beans


tuna, sardines

Thanks a million
to our newest grant supporters

The Westchester Community Foundation

The United Way of Westchester and Putnam Counties

Phelps Community Corporation 

Kendal-on-Hudson Residents Association

Field Hall Foundation


​Who We Serve

We provide food to the hungry in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown.


How We Help

We do our best to be a healthy pantry, because our clients want to follow their doctors' guidelines . We provide frozen meat, dry beans and  grains, fresh vegetables, and other important staples. 

When We Open

Our distributions are the second Thursday of each month, from 8:15  to 10:30 AM and from 6 to 7:30  PM. We sometimes shift weeks for major holidays, as announced.  If schools are closed or delayed for weather, we reschedule to the next day, from 8:15 to 10:30 AM with no evening distribution. -- check Facebook.


How We Do It

We are supported entirely by volunteers, with financial contributions and food donations from synagogues, churches, community organizations, foundations and individuals. Monetary donations are most helpful, because we can then purchase items our clients need.  But food items from our list are also welcome.  Also, please note that we do not accept baby food, baby formula, nutritional supplements, opened or expired goods.

Will your corporation match your gift?  Double your impact!


We are a non-denominational public charity, a 501 (c) 3 corporation. 

The Westchester Community Foundation is one of our most significant sources of financial support, with annual grants and and an additional COVID grant to help us meet the extraordinary challenges we have faced.

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The Kids' Club continues as a major supporter of the Pantry, with annual support for many years and additional Covid support.

Christ Church in Tarrytown

is our distribution site

and served as one of our founding partners.  A church representative is on our board, and church members are among our volunteers.

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