New Beginnings Boutique Celebrates its 2nd Anniversary!

The Seneca County House of Concern invites you to help celebrate New Beginnings Boutique’s 2nd Anniversary this Saturday, June 6th from 11am-4pm. We will have refreshments by Celeste as well as 20% of any purchase of $50 or more! In 2013, with the help of store manager Lynne Wimmer, the House of Concern transformed a space on […]

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Seneca Falls Legion Holds Feed the Future Drive

The Seneca Falls American Legion, Post 366 is holding their Annual Feed the Future drive, specifically to help provide non-perishable breakfast foods for the House of Concern Food Pantry. The Legion Hall, at 48 State Street is directly across the street from the House of Concern, and will receive donations through June 14th. With the school […]

Mobile Move

A New Location for the Mobile Food Pantry

A New Location for the Mobile Food Pantry | Seneca County House of Concern The location may be changing, but the dates for the Foodlink Mobile Food Pantry at the Seneca County House of Concern will remain the same for 2015. Although the times for the deliveries are never certain, Foodlink tries to have their […]

Food Drive

Food Drive in Seneca Falls April 18th

Volunteers from Finger Lakes Christian Fellowship will be collecting food as part of its Canning Hunger ministry from residents of the Ken-Mor Estates neighborhood in Seneca Falls on Saturday, April 18th.  The food collected will be given to the Seneca County House of Concern for distribution. Residents interested in participating in the food drive are […]

Need to Feed Challenge

Need to Feed Challenge Launched

The Seneca County House of Concern kicked off its “Need to Feed Challenge” fund-raising promotion this evening at the Hotel Gould during Seneca County Business after hours last week. The event marks the first time the agency has conducted this campaign, which replaces the Feinstein Challenge that has helped raise thousands of dollars for the […]

Backback donation

Donation Helps SF Backpack Program

SENECA FALLS – Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows Landfill presented Lisa Garigen with funds to provide weekend food for the Seneca Falls Backpack program for the 2015 school year. “Thank you so much for the donation,”stated Garigen. “This donation will help between 7-10 children for the entire school year depending on the fluctuating cost of […]