Courtesy of jewelry designer, Melissa Easton.
9719 Route 97
9 am - 5 pm 7 days a week
Accepting donations of non-perishable goods. Leave inside entry vestibule of church.
Please let me know if you are interested in volunteering
Callicoon Methodist Church Pantry
9290 Route 97
3rd Wednesday of the month.
However, if food donations come in she reaches
out to families to let them know food is there.
Rosemary King: cell 570-251-0985
Please only call Rosemary unless you are wanting to volunteer or you have left food (so that it can be put away). Enter through the side door of the church. Leave items on any available table. They have the ability to store frozen goods here as well. Meat and Vegetables welcome!
264 North Main Street
10:00 am - 1:00 pm Wednesdays & 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Saturdays
Father Ed Bader: 292-4525
Debbie Burke: 845-798-6056
If you are making a large delivery, Debbie said you could call her to give her a heads up.
4889 Rte. 52 (Main Street)
Offering free take away breakfast and lunch to all kids, regardless of need.
They are welcoming monetary donations as well as food.
Open 8am-4pm Wed-Fri & 8am-2pm on Sun
St. Francis Catholic Church
151 Bridge Street
Open Thursday 4:30 - 5:30
They are giving out grocery cards to those in need.
As such, money is currently the best form of help. Please make checks payable to:
Ecumenical Food Pantry P.O. BOX 54 Narrowsburg, NY 12764
If you are planning to drop off groceries, please call Jennifer (number below) in advance so she can arrange to meet you to take in the donation.
Jennifer Mauritzio 252-6761
Located at the corner of Main Street and Creamery Road
Livingston Manor, NY
Food pantry (literally a cupboard) filled daily by volunteers with food, health & beauty items, paper goods and baby items.
Donations welcome. Run by non-profit organization Calliope-on-Main.
89 Pearl St.
Livingston Manor, NY 12758
Open 3rd Thursday of the month 5:00 - 6:00 pm.
The only soup kitchen in Sullivan County, providing breakfast and lunch five days a week to local residents. They also operate a food pantry twice a month where individuals receive canned food, cereal, juice, pasta and other staples. They try to provide fresh produce as well. This is all in addition to their emergency food pantry where individuals are given food on an emergency basis 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
In addition to our their food program they operate a housing and utility assistance program to individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Cash or monetary donations are what they currently need most urgently.
In an effort to aid the most vulnerable populations affected by Covid-19, Sullivan County has opened an Emergency Community Assistance Center call line.
“Our Public Health Services call line has been inundated with requests for help and information, and this new Assistance Center will ensure those who are unable to leave their homes can receive the assistance they need,” explained County Manager Joshua Potosek. “At the same time, the Center will field calls from those seeking to offer help and connect them with the right people and locations.”
At 8 a.m. tomorrow, staff and volunteers – led by Community Resources Commissioner Laura Quigley – will begin accepting calls at 845-807-0925. Assistance will be prioritized to senior citizens, the physically disabled, and others unable to shop for food, medicine and other necessities. (Callers with health questions or other concerns should continue to dial Public Health Services’ hotline at 845-292-5910.)
The Assistance Center operators will also welcome those who are seeking to offer time, money, goods or services to people and organizations in need.
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