Ossining Food Pantry

Helping the Needy in Our Community


The Ossining Food Pantry helps over 200 people per week.

The face of hunger is ever changing.

Our clients can include single people, couples, parents with children, senior citizens struggling to get by on Social Security, the newly unemployed, or under-employed, individuals returning to society after incarceration, veterans, the sick who cannot work and the well who cannot make ends meet under current circumstances. They can be men, women or children, young or old, new to Ossining or Briarcliff or long-time residents. But all are hungry.

The Ossining Food Pantry is open to residents of the greater Ossining community.

Food is distributed on Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 pm and on Friday mornings from 10 am to 12 noon out of the parish hall of Trinity Episcopal Church on 7 South Highland Avenue. For those who are physically unable to come to the Pantry, we have a Home Delivery Program. We also have an Emergency Delivery service for clients who cannot wait for our weekly distribution times.

Through our Agency Delivery Program we have partnered with several local daycare providers to whom we deliver groceries as well.