Helping Dobbs Ferry Families in Need Since 2011
Volunteers run our food pantry, and your donation goes directly to helping our neighbors in need.
We’re located outside the South Presbyterian Church at 343 Broadway in Dobbs Ferry. We’re open every Wednesday from 10:30 to noon, and the last Wednesday of the month, from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
It Takes a Village
Our volunteers go all in, but to provide food for the hundreds of people who depend on the pantry each week, we rely on the support of Feeding Westchester, a food bank, and donations of money and food.
“Our neighbors who need food, including immigrants, are struggling to make a living, working two or three jobs. And a number of our clients are seniors who’ve lived here a long time, but it’s become hard for them to live here on a fixed income.”
Molly Rodriguez, co-founder of the Dobbs Ferry Food Pantry
Dobbs Ferry Food Pantry
South Presbyterian Church
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
Well, we almost got through winter without a significant snowfall. Even though 4 inches is not all that much by Rivertown standards, it was enough to close the schools on Wednesday, March 1, but not enough to close the food pantry. That would take a blizzard. And now for some bad news: additional food assistance…
The new year started off on a high note—the end-of-year charitable contributions to the pantry were a real boon. Thanks to the first-time donors and especially to all of our faithful, sustaining contributors for their generosity. This will certainly help us balance our budget, a more challenging task with inflation at everyone’s door. And here’s…
Providing necessities for those in need is what a food pantry is organized to do. One hopes for the day when we could go out of business, that no one needs what we offer. That’s not likely to happen, yet sometimes we wonder just how real is the difference we make, or if we make any difference…