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  1. Why Local Food Pantries are the Frontline Heroes in the Fight Against Hunger  – Olean Food Pantry
    March 5, 2024 @ 8:49 pm

    […] Behind their stories, are the good volunteers who support them. […]


  2. How Many People Does the Olean Food Pantry Serve?  – Olean Food Pantry
    March 5, 2024 @ 9:06 pm

    […] or individual can solve alone. That’s why we urge community members and prospective donors to contribute in any way they can. That also involves donating and volunteering at other worthy community organizations that serve […]


  3. Olean Food Pantry Celebrating 70 Years of Fighting Hunger – Olean Food Pantry
    March 6, 2024 @ 1:19 am

    […] community’s generosity has always been inspiring. Thousands of community members have contributed to fighting hunger. Meanwhile, dwindling economic opportunities and generational poverty have […]


  4. 10 Challenges to Ending Global Food Insecurity by 2030 – Olean Food Pantry
    March 6, 2024 @ 1:24 am

    […] Changing can come only by a culmination of a multitude of grassroots efforts. One community becomes 10, which becomes 100, which becomes 1,000 – and so on. The blueprint for successfully addressing hunger on a large scale echoes impactful approaches championed by small community organizations just like the Olean Food Pantry, emphasizing the profound change that can be achieved when communities come together. […]


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