Food Bank of WNY: There's no one face to hunger

Posted at 6:58 PM, Jul 27, 2018

The Food Bank of Western New York is gearing up for it’s annual ‘Walk Off Hunger’ event. 

The raises money to help supply food for the food bank. The Food Bank of WNY distributes food to 335 member agencies, including food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, group homes and youth programs in Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie and Niagara counties. 

It serves as any as 140,000 individuals in any given month, including 45,300 households, 54,500 children and infants and 18,370 seniors. 

“We like to say there is no one face to hunger,” Catherine Stick with The Food Bank of Western New York said. 

The 11th Annual Walk Off Hunger is Saturday, July 28th at Williamsville South High School. Registration for the 2-mile walk starts at 10am and the walk starts at 11am. 

Registration is $25 per person; children ages 16 and younger are free to participate. 

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