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HELP US FEED TEXAS VETERAN FAMILIES AFFECTED BY HURRICANE HARVEY

We are looking to help our veterans in Texas.  Feed Our Vets needs your donations! We have been in touch with the Vet Centers in the Houston area, and they have identified the veterans who have been stricken by Hurricane Harvey and are in desperate need of food.  WE NEED YOUR HELP!  We are looking [...]
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FOV 1 Humvee Project Update

Here is an update on the Feed Our Vets Humvee or FOV 1 project. It will be showcased at the Saratoga Auto Museum September 22-23. Steve Hale from Steve’s Restoration will be there to show off his creativity. He will be signing posters and discussing the work that went into this project to help feed [...]
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CNY TV Interviews Rich Synek about Champions Contest

Help Your Local Food Pantry Win $10,000! Feed Our Vets is a finalist in Today’s Options Champions Competition CNY TV interviewed Feed Our Vets Founder and Executive Director Rich Synek this week about being nominated for the Today’s Options Champions Competition. Click here to see the interview. Click here to vote every day for Rich Synek to [...]
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$10,000 for Feeding Veterans: Vote Today

$10,000 for Feeding Veterans: Vote Today Vote Every Day for FOV Founder Rich Synek Through 8/22 Please vote every day for Feed Our Vets Founder Rich Synek to help us win $10,000 from Today’s Options Champion to help feed hungry Veterans!  You can vote once a day on your computer and once on your smart phone and tablet. Voting continues through [...]
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Buy Feed Our Vets Water - Help Feed Hungry Vets

One case of water provides 24 meals for a Veteran family! Oneida County residents, buy a case of Feed Our Vets water and help feed local Veterans. Each case of is $12 and can be picked up at the Utica Feed Our Vets pantry (205 Genesee St.) on Wednesdays from 3-6pm, or by appointment on [...]
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The Declutter Coach Helps Feed Our Vets Get Organized

Thank you to the Declutter Coach Deborah J. Cabral and her team for coming out to the Feed Our Vets Utica Pantry to help us organize! Check out our the 150th episode of Organization Motivation! featuring Feed Our Veterans! See Deb and Betsy declutter our mobile pantry, learn how Feed Our vets started, and so much [...]
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Heidelberg Bread and CABVI Collaborate with Feed Our Vets to Feed Veterans

Heidelberg Bread and Central Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired (CABVI) are collaborating with Feed our Vets to feed hungry Veterans. Heidelberg Bread bakes and donates fresh bread weekly to Feed Our Vets. Heidelberg contacted Feed Our Vets about placing stickers on all their bags of bread that say, “Heidelberg proudly supports Feed Our [...]
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A Thank You from a Vet in Kansas

Here is a thank you card Feed Our Vets Founder & Executive Director Rich Synek received from a Kansas Veteran we helped! Tracy served in the US Army Reserves, and separated as a Staff Sargent E-6.  She served in Desert Storm/Desert Shield.  She was awarded the National Defense Service Medal among other citations. When she [...]
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Help Feed Veterans in Honor of Memorial Day

  Memorial Day is a day when we Americans honor and remember those men and women who have served their country and made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms.  I am writing to you ~ a strong and caring American this Memorial Day to thank you for your past support and ask that you continue [...]
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May 6 Onondaga County Document Shredding Event Supports Feed Our Vets

Destroy Confidential Documents at May 6 Shredding Event Residents able to protect their identity and recycle shredded materials for free SYRACUSE, N.Y., Apr. 24, 2017 – Onondaga County households are invited to collect their confidential documents and bring them to OCRRA’s May 6 paper shredding event for secure destruction. The event happens from 8 a.m. to noon, on Saturday, May 6 at NBT Bank Stadium [...]
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