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 […]

Hospital bed

HOC has three Hospital Beds Available

The Seneca County House of Concern has received three hospital beds which are available now for purchase in the agency’s Thrift Store at 35 State Street, Seneca Falls. Pricing for the beds is a suggested donation of $100 each. All proceeds from the sale of goods in the Thrift Store go to support the food […]

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 […]

Kasey Cans

Legion Food Drive helps Stock Shelves

The Kirk Casey American Legion Post 366, recently held a very successful and much needed food drive for the Seneca County House of Concern. Dubbed the the “Cans for the Commander” soup drive, the drive collected primarily cans of soup to help keep the shelves stocked. Soup is especially needed as cooler weather sets in […]


Paint and Painters Needed

The office building at 35 State Street is in dire need of a coat of paint, and volunteers are needed to supply both paint and muscle power to make it happen. A couple of nice long ladders would also be helpful. If you’re already a professional painter and want to help, we’ll try not to […]

Food Pantry

Need at an All Time High

The combination of higher numbers of folks needing food and cuts in government funding for food programs has created a huge vacuum sucking up the financial resources of food pantries like the Seneca County House of Concern. As a result, food pantries are scrambling to create new funding sources to keep the shelves stocked. The House […]