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Lutheran World Hunger



LEARN


Hunger Report


Council of Community Services

Webpage


Port Chester Cares

is a coalition made up of community members who are dedicated to making Port Chester a healthier place to live, preventing substance abuse in Port Chester.

Alex Payan 914-937-2320


Blind Brook Community Coalition

represents our youth, parents, schools, civic groups, business, law enforcement, government, faith based, healthcare, youth service and substance abuse prevention/treatment organizations.


ADVOCACY


Bread for the World


Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation's leaders to end hunger at home and abroad.

God's grace in Jesus Christ moves us to help our neighbors, whether they live in the next house, the next state, or the next continent.

Confronting the problem of hunger can seem overwhelming. What can one person possibly do? As it turns out, plenty.

We can end hunger in our time. Everyone, including our government, must do their part.

Together, we can build the political commitment needed to overcome hunger and poverty.


SERVICE


Port Chester Carver Center

Early Education/ Soup Kitchen/ Youth Services/ Senior Programs

400 Westchester Avenue

Port Chester, NY 10573

914 939-4464 Leith Colton


  • Hunger

St. Frances AME Zion

Soup Kitchen

5pm Wednesdays

18 Smith Street, Port Chester, NY, 10573

Telephone 914-939-1056


St. Peter’s Episcopal Church

Community Meals/ The Learning Center

Sundays 3pm -5pm neighborhood Dinner

VolunteerS should be here at 1:00pm

Note: Volunteers please call ahead 914-939-1244.

19 Smith Street Port Chester, NY 10573


Don Bosco Community Center

Holy Rosary Catholic Church

Soup Kitchen/ Youth Services

22 Don Bosco Pl,

Port Chester, NY 10573

(914) 939-0323

Deacon William Vaccaro 914-939-0547


Food 2 Grow On

Rotary Club of Port Chester/ Rye Brook

PO Box 26

Port Chester NY 10573

F2GO is a project supported by the Rotary Club and supplies 130 bags per week to a local school in need.


Neighbor to Neighbor Pantry/ Clothing

248 E Putnam Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830

(203) 622-9208


  • Social Services


Family Services of Westchester

One Gateway Plaza

Port Chester, NY 10573

914-937-2320


Human Development Services of Westchester (HDSW)

28 Adee Street

Port Chester, NY 10573

914-939-2005


  • Youth


Westchester Youth Alliance

Christian, Jewish and Muslim teens traveling to rebuild after Hurricane Sandy and other projects.

westchesteryouthalliance@gmail.com


  • Health


Open Door Family Medical Center

5 Grace Church St, Port Chester, NY 10573

(914) 937-8899



Affordable, quality health care for all, regardless of a patient's ability to pay. We provide comprehensive medical, dental and social services in the schools and around Westchester. We sponsor health fairs, an annual diabetes health fair and a wide range of programs focusing on heart disease.



  • Seniors


Port Chester Senior

Community Center

222 Grace Church Street

Port Chester, NY 10573


Rye Brook Senior Center

32 Garibaldi Pl, Rye Brook, NY 10573

(914) 939-7904


Staying Put in Rye and Environs (SPRYE)

SPRYE's mission is to help members maintain their independence by remaining in their homes. SPRYE serves the communities of Harrison, Port Chester, Rye and Rye Brook and has provided over 700 rides each year. To volunteer or for more information, please call 914-481-5706.


  • Firefighters

Port Chester Fire Department

209 Westchester Avenue

Port Chester, NY 10573

914-939-8574