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Mobile Food Pantry – September

The September Foodlink Mobile Food Pantry will be Wednesday, September 21st at the Seneca County House of Concern’s food pantry at 35 State Street, Seneca Falls from 2:30-4:30. Once a month, Foodlink brings fresh produce, dairy, and bread products to distribute to anyone who could use a little extra food. All are welcome. There is no income, age or residency requirement and there is no […]

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2nd Annual Taste & Tunes Raised Over $2,000.00 to Help the Hungry

On Friday, August 19, 2016, Taste & Tunes raised $2222.35 to benefit the Seneca County House of Concern, Seneca Falls Backpack Program and Trevor’s gift. Hosted by Generations Bank, the event featured local wineries, breweries, restaurants and live music. “Generations Bank is committed to the people of the small towns in the Finger Lakes. We don’t like to see anyone hungry, but we know that […]

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Beautiful, Sunny, and Successful Day for Canal Crawl Paddling Poverty

It was a beautiful, sunny, and successful day for The Seneca County House of Concern’s fundraising event, Canal Crawl Paddling Poverty on Saturday, August 20th. Launching from Oak Island, serenaded by the acoustic duo Brad & Anna, seventy-seven paddlers (70 adults, 7 children) took to the water in over sixty water craft, which included kayaks, tandem kayaks, canoes, a paddle boat and a stand up […]

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The Benefits of Donating (Part 1)

Last week we had a visit from two of our generous donors. They usually drop by once a year to see how we are doing and to catch up on our news. They also had news for us on how to use qualified charitable distribution to get more tax leverage.

Were we interested? Of course! So we are passing it on just in case you are feeling generous and interested in leveraging your IRA distribution. The how to can be found in this article in the this WSJ article

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Generations Bank and Seneca County House of Concern announce a weekend of activities to benefit the hungry in Seneca County.

Second Annual Taste & Tunes Event Joined by the Inaugural Canal Crawl Paddling Poverty coming up in August

Multiple events the weekend of Aug. 19-20 to benefit the hungry in Seneca County

We don’t like to see anyone hungry, but we know that there are many of our neighbors who are. This is one way we can raise visibility and funding to help the hungry in our communities”, said Menzo Case, Generations Bank President & CEO.

Seneca Falls, N.Y. – Together, Generations Bank and Seneca County House of Concern announce a weekend of activities to benefit the hungry in Seneca County. Generations Bank will again be hosting its Taste & Tunes event and The Seneca County House of Concern will be hosting its inaugural Canal Crawl Paddling Poverty.

Taste & Tunes is set to take place at Generations Bank’s headquarters, located at 20 E Bayard St., Seneca Falls, from 6 – 9 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 19. The event benefits three organizations that help the hungry: Seneca Country House of Concern, Trevor’s Gift and the Seneca Falls Back Pack program.
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WoodmenLife Chapter 1025 to Sponsor Hunger Drive

In June of 2015  WoodmenLife Chapter 1025  celebrated the Company’s 125th anniversary with a food drive to benefit the Seneca County House of Concern, at Tops (Kingdom Plaza, Waterloo). In an unprecedented show of community support, over 100 bags of food and personal items were collected in just over two hours. Due to the overwhelming success of the June 6, 2015 hunger drive, Chapter 1025 […]

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Hockey to Benefit House of Concern

Join the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce for a fun evening of hockey during “Seneca County Chamber Night at the Syracuse Crunch”. For only $20 see the Crunch take on the Rochester Americans. Portion of proceeds go to benefit the Seneca County House of Concern. Simply return this form to the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce by Wednesday, March 23rd.