How You Can Help

Thank you for visiting this page. It means you’re looking to make a difference. Whether you're interested in volunteering, holding a food or clothing drive, making sandwiches or baked items,  or making a donation, your contribution will actively fight hunger in Syracuse.

In Onondaga County approximately 157,000 people - many of them children, seniors and the working poor -  are at risk of hunger and food insecurity. Whether you are an individual supporter, corporation, foundation or community group, your contribution is making a direct impact. In addition to financial support, here are all kinds of ways that you can become a part of the Samaritan Center Family – donate food, donate money, organize a food drive, volunteer or attend one of our fundraising events, hold a benefit, join our social networks or hold a coin drive.

In the fight against hunger in Central New York you truly can make a difference.