Updated July 22, 2020
Project Resilience is an Ulster County-wide community partnership to bring food and other assistance to those who cannot afford it or who cannot leave home during the COVID-19 outbreak. Ulster County is partnering with United Way and many other area organizations and businesses to mobilize food and services. Meals are distributed in Rosendale on Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays.
Ulster County Office for the Aging: Meal assistance to residents ages 60 and over who have difficulty preparing meals and are homebound may be eligible for OFA meal delivery service. Visit their website https://
Rosendale Food Pantry
45 James St.
Rosendale, NY 12472
Monday 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
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Or, Click on the link below and you will be brought to a list of area Food Pantries:
Click on Rondout Valley Central School District above and choose “Parents/Students” option, and on the drop down menu go to: Food Services/Menus or Free/Reduced Meal Information. An application will be found here.
Please click on the Kingston City Schools link above and go to: “Departments”, then choose “Food Services” from the drop down menu. There will be information for all KSCD students for meal pick ups and deliveries for remote learners.
Food Delivery and Distribution: 845-943-3938 or go to: FoodService@kingstoncityschools.org
Anyone in need of food within the Kingston City School District can call (888) 316-0879 at any time and will be entered into a growing database to receive prepared food or grocery delivery. Choose “click here” on the yellow bar at the top of the page. This will lead you to a survey to fill out which is based on your needs.
Click on the above link, then choose www.MyBenefits.ny.gov where you will find information about SNAP benefits.