United Way Teams up with Feeding Westchester and DoorDash for Summer Program

United Way of Westchester and Putnam is teaming up with Feeding Westchester, the Boys and Girls Club of Mount Vernon, and DoorDash to provide supplemental fresh produce to low-income families of school-aged children during the summer months. The program will run weekly through Labor Day.

Families with students that qualify for free or reduced lunch will also receive books and/or activities throughout the program.

The program is limited to 500 households within a 10-mile delivery radius of Feeding Westchester or the Boys and Girls Club of Mount Vernon. You must be a resident of Elmsford, Larchmont, Pelham, Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Tuckahoe, White Plains, or Yonkers to participate.

Westchester Summer Food Program - Week 8

  • This program requires households to have at least one school-aged child. Este programa requiere que los hogares tengan al menos un niño en edad escolar.
  • This program requires households to have at least one school-aged child. Este programa requiere que los hogares tengan al menos un niño en edad escolar.