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Feed Our Vets Named as a Beneficiary for 2014 Canstruction Utica - April 10, 2014

Feed Our Vets has been named as a charity beneficiary of the 2014 Canstruction event, held  April 25-27 at the Sangertown Square Mall, New Hartford, New York. Awards will be on Sunday, April 27 (2 pm). Canstruction is an international charity competition where architects, engineers, contractors and students they mentor, compete to design and build giant structures made entirely from [...]

Feed Our Vets Gaining Exposure and Financial Support through Partnership with Patriotic Online Marketplace - March 31, 2014

Feed Our Vets operates food pantries and a mobile food truck in upstate New York, providing meals to homeless, unemployed and underemployed veterans and active duty military members who are struggling to feed themselves and their children. The nonprofit organization also works with agencies nationwide to address the issues of hunger among veterans. Feed Our Vets [...]

Feed Our Vets Strives to Feed More Veterans as Hunger Increases Among Enlisted Families and Homelessness Rises Among Young Soldiers - March 21, 2014

Hunger and homelessness issues among active duty military are again at the top of the 2014 agenda for Feed Our Vets, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending hunger for American veterans and their families.   Utica, NY (PRWEB) March 20, 2014 Residents across New York rallied throughout 2013 to help the organization provide food to [...]

Feed Our Vets & Founder Rich Synek Featured in Moving Video by WHOGOESHUNGRY - March 6, 2014

Recent Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) cuts are impacting our nation’s hungry veterans.  In this moving video by from the Food Action and Research Center, Feed Our Vets and Founder Rich Synek are featured on the topic of how federal SNAP cuts are effecting many of our nation’s hungry veterans and their families.    

Feed Our Vets Seeks Americans’ Help as a Post-Holiday Decline in Donations Hurts Hungry Veterans and Their Families - February 24, 2014

Feed Our Vets (, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending hunger among American veterans, reports that a post-holiday decline in food and financial donations is hampering the organization’s ability to feed all the soldiers and their families requesting help, including active duty military members stationed at Fort Drum. “We are urging individuals and companies to [...]