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No one should be hungry during the holiday season

46+ million of our fellow Americans still live without the basic blessings of life, relative comfort, adequate housing, clothing and food… including many in the Rochester area.

Now in it's 37th year, this non-profit program provides meals to some of the neediest families in the Greater Rochester Area. Volunteers collect funds, purchase and package food and deliver shipments to local families.

Click here to find out more about OFB and get involved this upcoming holiday season – you'll be glad you did. Or click here to read an article about OFB in the Webster Herald Post!
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Poverty Stats in Rochester, NY.
  • Rochester is ranked #1 for 'extreme poverty' of similarly -sized
    cities at 16.2%
  • Rochester is ranked #5 for 'extreme poverty' out of 75 Metro Areas in US
  • Child poverty in Rochester is 2nd highest in US cities with a
    population of 200,000 or more
  • One-third of Rochester residents live in Poverty and over half
    are children.

* Democrat & Chronicle 9/9/2015
  Poverty in America




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