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Rockland County.-New York-Free Food pantries /Food Banks

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Free Food pantries /Food Banks

Food banks and free food pantries listed below help families that are facing hunger. The pantries are mostly located at churches and non-profits in the region. Most of the free food pantry locations may have an application process, which usually requires proof of income, residency proof etc. Using donations from the community, and relying on volunteers, the locations may pass out free boxes of food or serve a meal.


Immaculate Conception Church
Address is 26 John Street
Stony Point, New York, 10980
(845) 786-2742
The church operates a free pantry that distributes groceries, canned goods and other food to those in need.


Macedonia Baptist Church
405 Piermont Avenue
Piermont, NY, 10968
Telephone: (845) 359-4690
Both food and gently used clothing may be passed out.


People To People Food Pantry
Demarest Mill Office Park
Nanuet, NY, 10954


Christ Church Ecumenical Ministries
Christ Church of Ramapo
Suffern, New York, 10901


Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church
Address is 26 South Madison Avenue
Spring Valley, NY, 10977
Call the pantry at (845) 356-1857


St. Vincent De Paul Society – St. Ann’s Church School Cafeteria
19 Jefferson St.
Nyack, New York
Dial (845) 358-4707


Seventh-day Adventist Church
18 Paikin Drive,
Spring Valley, New York
Telephone 845-352-4806
Has clothing and food.


Rockland Community Action Program
Address is 37 Clove Avenue
Haverstraw, New York, 10927
(845) 429-9241
The non-profit may offer a free package of food for low income individuals and families. Special holiday meals around Thanksgiving or Christmas may be provided. The center may also have an emergency food basket if needed. Also accepts donations of non-perishable foods, packaged, or canned items.


Saint Paul’s Roman Catholic Church
Address of the food bank is 365 Kings Highway
Valley Cottage, NY, 10989
There is a free food pantry on site. The charity also provides meals and gifts during Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Items such as turkeys, cereals, potatoes, canned juice, stuffing mix, soup, macaroni and cheese and more may be passed out.


Sloatsburg United Methodist Church
93 Orange Turnpike
Sloatsburg, NY, 10974
Telephone number is (845) 753-2059
The non-profit provides a food pantry and holiday baskets.


Related Community Services (arcs) Hudson Valley-Rockland
86 Route 59 East
Spring Valley, New York, 10977
AIDS/HIV can receive assistance, food, referrals to medical care, housing, and more.


Catholic Community Services Of Rockland
78 Hudson Ave
Haverstraw, New York, 10927
A number of social services are offered, including the possibility of financial aid for basic needs such as energy bills.


Charismatic Christian Church
87 Hudson Avenue
Haverstraw, New York, 10927
Telephone number is (845) 429-8903


Fairmount Baptist Church
Location is 39 Division Street
Haverstraw, NY, 10927
(845) 947-5579
Clothing, food, hot meals, and more may be passed out, including healthy meals for seniors.


Haitian American Cultural Social Organization
Main address is 25 North Main Street
Spring Valley, New York, 10977
Call (845) 352-5897


Haverstraw Church Of Christ
169 Route 9W
Haverstraw, New York, 10927


Martin Luther King Multi-purpose Center
110 Bethune Boulevard
Spring Valley, NY, 10977
(845) 425-8910


Salvation Army Rockland County
179 North Main Street
Spring Valley, NY, 10977
(845) 368-7200
Call for information. Referrals, a clothing closet, and even holiday assistance such as Angel Tree are administered. Some financial aid for bills, including rent or heating, may be offered in a crisis.


State University Of New York-Rockland Community College
145 College Road
Suffern, New York, 10901
The school does operate a food pantry that is located at Fieldhouse on the Rockland Community College campus.


Nyack Head Start – Head Start Parent Group Pantry
614 Western Highway
Blauvelt, New York, 10913
Telephone number is (845) 358-2234


Haverstraw Head Start
138-146 Maple Avenue
Haverstraw, New York, 10927
Call the center at (845) 942-0106
Applications are offered for food stamps and WIC. Children and students may receive a free snack or meal too.


Spring Valley Head Start
One Head Start Circle
Spring Valley, NY, 10977


Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Church
84 Ehrhardt Road
Pearl River, NY, 10965
(845) 735-8888
Emergency food is available as needed, as resources allow. Also may have baby items available such as high chairs, formula, diapers, and other goods for Rockland County families.


The Upper Room House Of Worship
118 Bethune Boulevard
Spring Valley, New York, 10977
Groceries, fresh fruits, and holiday baskets may be offered to low income families and individuals as well as the elderly.


AIDS/HIV Services – Touch Together Our Unity Can Heal
209 Route 9W
Congers, NY, 10920
Assistance is only for AID/HIV patients and families and their caregivers. Offers housing referrals, counseling, free weekly grocery deliveries, food pantry, buddy program matches, hospital visits, transportation to and from medical appointments and much more.


Haitian American Cultural Social Organization
25 North Main Street
Spring Valley, New York, 10977
(845) 352-5897
The non-profit provides low income individuals, the poor and families with food stamps or vouchers.


Meals On Wheels Programs & Services Of Rockland – Clarkstown Senior Center
121 West Nyack Road
Nanuet, New York, 10954
Call (845) 624-6325 for hours.
Delivers low cost meals to homebound people, the elderly and operates six senior centers as well, which are open to the public, that provide transportation and lunch. Donations of canned items and nonperishable food are accepted.


Christ Church Ecumenical Ministries
Christ Church of Ramapo
Suffern, New York, 10901
The charity may serve a hot lunch meal program Monday to Saturday for the homeless and low income in Rockland. A blanket, winter coats, and other goods may be distributed too.


Touch Together Our Unity Can Heal
209 Route 9W
Congers, New York, 10920
The agency offers weekly home-delivered frozen and non-perishable food to those with HIV or AIDS and their families. The grocery delivery program will only supply government commodities and non-perishable items that cover the basic food groups.


United Church Of Spring Valley
11 East Church Street
Spring Valley, New York, 10977
(845) 356-2863
Bag lunch provided after breakfast.


Rockland County Department Of Social Services (DSS)
50 Sanatorium Road, Building L
Pomona, NY, 10970
The government agency provides applications for food stamps to low-income and indigent individuals and families to obtain food.


Catholic Charities Center of Rockland
Main address: 78 Hudson Ave.
Haverstraw. (845) 942-5791


Community Action Partnership
37 Clove Ave., Haverstraw, New York, (845) 429-9241
Or a second center is at 75 N. Main St., Spring Valley (845) 352-4167.
Food pantry for county residents. Lunch is also served certain day. Or look into programs for clothing, tutoring and apartment and employment counseling for Rockland County residents.


Department of Social Services Emergency Food Pantry
Ramapo, New York
Dial the office at (845) 364-3239.
Provides food to customers of social services based on referrals.


Greenbush Presbyterian Church
614 Western Highway
Blauvelt, NY
(845) 359-4666


Pilgrim Baptist Church
80 N. Franklin St.
Nyack, New York
(845) 358-3978


St. Aedan’s Roman Catholic Church
Location is 23 Reld Drive
Telephone: (845) 735-7405


St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
26 S. Madison Ave.
Spring Valley, NY
(845) 356 1857
An outreach committee serves dinner and a food pantry is run too. Seniors, the homeless, and low income families are heavy beneficiaries of the site.


Tomche Shabbos
Primary address is 313 Spook Rock Road
Suffern, New York
Call (845) 357-5885
The location operates a food pantry with deliveries of glatt kosher food on referrals.


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