The caring cupboard project
The Caring Cupboard project is an initiative led by the youths in our community to address food insecurity. It is based on the principle "take what you need and leave what you can". The Cupboard is stocked with shelf-stable food items (cans, dried food, and other non-perishable food items), household goods, and toiletries (toothpaste, water bottles, can openers, etc). Community members can drop off shelf-stable food items at the cupboard while those in need can take items. The cupboard is managed by students from various schools and colleges in Westchester, NY who volunteer to set up the cupboard, manage donations and ensure smooth operation. The Caring Cupboard is open to public at two locations in White Plains, NY.
grace episcopal church- white plains, NY
The first Caring Cupboard was launched at the Grace Episcopal Church in White Plains, New York on February 13, 2021. The cupboard was inaugurated by the Mayor of White Plains, Mr. Tom Roach.
The cupboard is located in the front entrance of the Church and is open to the public on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday from 9 AM to 2 PM.
greenburgh health center, white plains, ny
After the success of the first Caring Cupboard, the second one was launched at the Greenburgh Health Center in White Plains, New York on July 23, 2021 with support from the Town of Greenburgh Supervisor, Mr. Paul Feiner and Director of the health center, Ms. Vikki Simmons.
The cupboard is located in the front entrance of the health center and is open to the public during following hours:
Monday 9AM - 5PM
Tuesday 9AM - 8PM
Wednesday 9AM - 6:30PM
Thursday 9AM - 6:30PM
Friday 9AM - 5PM
Saturday, Sunday Closed