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  1. Local Food Pantries: A Beacon of Hope for Struggling Families  – Olean Food Pantry
    January 25, 2024 @ 5:11 pm

    […] at the Olean Food Pantry, we serve nearly 2,000 individuals and families per month – mostly from Allegany and Cattaraugus counties. While a vast majority come from the greater […]


  2. Ending Food Insecurity: The Vital Role of Community Support – Olean Food Pantry
    February 1, 2024 @ 11:43 pm

    […] we know the good people we serve. Ending food insecurity in our communities requires empathy. Collectively, we’re not there yet. […]


  3. Navigating the Vicious Cycle: Food Insecurity & Poor Health in Western New York – Olean Food Pantry
    February 28, 2024 @ 6:14 pm

    […] become accustomed to seeing more and MORE people visiting the Olean Food Pantry for sustenance in recent years. In 2024, it seems like each week we’re approaching or setting […]


  4. Why Local Food Pantries are the Frontline Heroes in the Fight Against Hunger  – Olean Food Pantry
    March 5, 2024 @ 8:50 pm

    […] to manage this battle against hunger – one individual and community served at a time. The impact positively affects the lives of many, so let’s support and recognize pantries as they fight the biggest […]


  5. Understanding & Addressing Hunger in America: A Call to Action  – Olean Food Pantry
    March 5, 2024 @ 9:19 pm

    […] How many people does the Olean Food Pantry serve today? From January 2022 through September 2023, OFP served more than 39,000 people – nearly 2,000 per […]


  6. Record-Breaking Day at the Olean Food Pantry – Olean Food Pantry
    March 6, 2024 @ 1:09 am

    […] Serving hundreds of families living with food insecurity in our communities is a great thing! It’s our mission – literally […]


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