At Houlihan Lawrence, we believe that giving back moves everyone forward. During these challenging times and the approaching holiday season, that holds more true than ever.
Sadly, many in our communities are facing food insecurity due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Earlier this year, we partnered with four local food banks and donated thousands of dollars to help those in need.
This holiday season, Houlihan Lawrence is again coming together to provide critical support to Feeding Westchester, Food Bank of the Hudson Valley, Dutchess Outreach, and The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County. We are proud to continue offering our support to these worthy organizations to help ensure food is accessible to those in need in our communities across Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess and Fairfield counties.
Through our work, we continue a commitment that has been honored since 1888: a brighter future for our team members, our communities, and the world we live in.
We are grateful to be able to give back to our communities North of NYC.
(Westchester County) –Feeding Westchester is a member of Feeding America, the nationwide network of more than 200 food banks serving every state in the United States and is Westchester County’s largest hunger-relief organization, responsible for 95% of all food distributed throughout Westchester.
(Putnam County) — The Food Bank of the Hudson Valley is a member of Feeding America, the nationwide network of more than 200 food banks serving every state in the United States and distributes food to more than 1,000 member agencies from the border of Westchester County to the Canadian Border.
(Dutchess County) — Dutchess Outreach exists as an advocate and provider of hunger and relief services to ensure everyone in Dutchess County, regardless of income, has access to fresh, healthy food, and the support they need.
(Fairfield County) — The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County serves as a provider of nutritious food to non-profit organizations that feed the hungry in Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford and Wilton, while seeking to raise awareness of, and promote action to combat, hunger in those communities.