Just $1 can provide 6.25 pounds of

food to a hungry neighbor


​​​​​​​Feeding the hungry since 1979. Helping food pantries provide groceries for 3.9 million meals annually.

Saratoga County

52. Faith Baptist Food Pantry

53. Franklin Community Center
54. Grace Church Food Pantry
55. Greater Galway Community Services Association
56. Harvest Church (Raven’s House)
57. Karyl’s Kupboard at CAPTAIN Community Human Services

​58. LifeWorks Community Action - Formerly Saratoga EOC

59. Living Hope United Methodist Church Food Pantry
60. Mechanicville Area Community Services Center
61. St. Clement’s Outreach
62. Salvation Army - Saratoga Food Pantry

63. Upper Room Thrift Shop and Food Pantry

64. Wilton Food Pantry


New York State Community Food Assistance Network

CFAN Members

​​​​​Albany County​

1. Albany Community Action Partnership Cohoes Outreach & Food Pantry
2. Altamont Community Food Pantry
3. Arbor Hill Community Center
4. Bethlehem Food Pantry
5. Blessed Sacrament Parish
6. Cathedral Social Services
7. Christ Our Light
8. First Church in Albany
9. FOCUS Interfaith Food Pantry
10. Guilderland Food Pantry
11. The Help Center at Capital Church
12. Hilltowns Community Resource Center
13. Immaculate Heart of Mary Food Pantry
14. Mater Christi Food Pantry

15. Metropolitan Food Pantry
16. New Scotland Community Food Pantry
17. Onesquethaw Reformed Church
18. Sacred Heart Outreach
19. St. Ambrose
20. St. Clare’s Food Pantry
21. St. James Food Pantry
22. St. John’s/St. Ann’s Center
23. St. Mary’s Outreach
24. St. Vincent’s Food Pantry

25. Salvation Army - Albany Food Pantry
26. Salvation Army - Cohoes Food Pantry

27. Sister Maureen Joyce Food Pantry
28. The Pantry @ St. Patrick’s
29. Trinity Alliance of the Capital Region
30. Trinity United Methodist Church Food Pantry (TUM)
31. United Church of Cohoes
32. Venture Churches Food Pantry

Broome County Council of Churches/CHOW, Broome County
Comfort Food Community, Warren & Washington Counties
Concerned for the Hungry, Schenectady County

Dutchess Outreach, Dutchess County 
Hunger Action Network of New York State, NYS
Hunger Coalition of Otsego County, Otsego County
Hunger Free America, National

Interreligious Food Coalition (IFC), Onondaga County

Interfaith Works of Central NY, Onondaga County 

NYC Emergency Feeding Collective Purchase, NYC
Rockland Community Against Hunger, Rockland County
St. Mary's Healthcare, Fulton & Montgomery Counties 

The Food Pantries for the Capital District
Westside Campaign Against Hunger, NYC

The Community Food Assistance Network (CFAN) is a unified effort between The Food Pantries for the Capital District, member pantries, and basic needs services. The goal of CFAN is to establish a streamlined referral network that connects people to services. We achieve this by serving as an entry point for referral services and by directing food assistance equitably and efficiently to our community. The CFAN referral system functions to improve the client experience, quality of life, and assist with food security. CFAN also facilitates information sharing, coordinates collective impact activities between stakeholders, and provides a cohesive forum for resource sharing, tools, and support to reduce food insecurity in the Capital District and with partners statewide.

Albany Food Farmacy
Alliance for Better Health
Alliance for Positive Health
Capital Region Eat Smart New York
Capital Roots
Community Foundation Greater Capital Region
Ellis Food Farmacy
Fidelis Care
Hunger Action Network
Legal Aid Society of Northeastern NY
Mom Starts Here
Pitney Meadows Community Farm
Purple Pantry University at Albany
Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York
Russel Sage College Nutrition Department
St. Mary's Healthcare
St. Peter's Health Partners - Community Health and Well Being

CFAN Community Partners

Albany Damien Center
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Albany
Focus Interfaith
Grassroots Givers
Rensselaer County Department of Health

Rensselaer County

33. The Anchor
34. Brunswick Cares Community Food Pantry
35. Commission on Economic Opportunity (CEO)
36. Concerns-U
37. Doors of Hope
38. Faith & Love Fellowship
39. The Gathering Place (A New Hope for Life)
40. Hoosick Area Church Association (HACA)
41. Hope 7 Food Pantry
42. Mt. Ida Community Food Pantry
43. Nassau Resource Center

44. Oakwood Community Center
45. Pittstown Area Food Pantry
46. Roarke Center Food Pantry
47. St. Joseph’s Church Food Pantry
48. Salvation Army - Troy Temple Food Bank

49. Schaghticoke Food Pantry 
50. Unity House of Troy
51. YWCA of the Greater Capital Region

NYS- CFAN Members

Schenectady County

65. Bethesda House

​66. Bread of Life Food Pantry

67. The Bridge Food Pantry

​68. P.G. Wright Food Pantry at Yates Village Community Center
​69. Salvation Army - Schenectady Food Pantry

Our Member Food Pantries

​​The New York State Community Food Assistance Network (NYS-CFAN) is a unified effort of community-based food assistance providers and partners to reduce food insecurity in New York state. NYS-CFAN convenes stakeholders across sectors, coordinates collective impact activities, provides a forum for information sharing, and develops a robust network to increase capacity and nutritious food supply to direct food assistance equitably and efficiently to our communities. We are a chorus of friends, neighbors, families, an entire community, and the community-based food assistance providers who help make sure all New Yorkers have access with dignity to high-quality nutritional food. 

CFAN: Community Food Assistance Network