offering essential services

  • To meet the needs of food insecure families in our community we are distributing pre-bagged food at the back door of our Food Pantry. Since March we have had to change our choice pantry model to maintain social distancing and safety guidelines while providing enhanced food support.
  • For our local seniors, those with underlying health issues, or those who lack transportation, our dedicated volunteers are providing home delivery of food and essential supplies.
  • ​To help families meet their clothing needs we are providing gently used clothing free of charge from our clothing boutique on site.
  • To assist individuals in managing their unique needs we are providing personalized support and access to additional resources.
  • We are communicating with other agencies to coordinate resources and ensure that the growing needs of those who have been impacted by this public health crisis are being met.
  • To facilitate social distancing, we are asking visitors to stand at least 6 feet apart and have an outdoor check in and check out process to reduce personal contact.

If you or someone you know needs support please visit us during our regular hours: 
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Fridays 10AM - 4PM, Thursdays 12PM - 6PM, and Saturdays
10AM - 1PM or call us at 914-232-6572, ext 110.

how you can help...

  • FOOD DONATIONS: Please bring your donations to the Community Center during our regular hours. We are open Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Thursday from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm and Saturday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Please do not leave donations when the Center is closed. LEARN MORE HERE.
  • CLOTHING DONATIONS: We welcome donations of clean, gently used, seasonal clothing, shoes and linens. We are currently accepting SPRING clothing only.  (Unfortunately, the Center cannot accept undergarments, second hand pajamas, uniforms, bathing suits, books, toys, stuffed animals or household items.) If you have donations of houseware items, please visit our friends at the Katonah Thrift Shop across the street at 71 Bedford Road.
  • FUND DONATIONS:  Without the support of our community we would not be able to keep our pantry shelves filled to serve all the families who come to us each year. Please DONATE here to help us in our mission!


  • FOOD VOLUNTEERS: If you are interested in volunteering to pack food bags or provide home delivery please contact Nicole Sorgi, our Operations Manager, at
  • CLOTHING VOLUNTEERS: If you are interested in volunteering to sort, hang or merchandise our clothing donations please contact Nicole Sorgi at
  • BILINGUAL VOLUNTEERS: We are always in need of volunteers who speak Spanish. Please contact Nicole Sorgi at to join our volunteer force.
  • FARM VOLUNTEERS: We partner with our friends at WLT and are looking for some help with the farming at Sugar Hill Farm. CCNW distributes the produce grown at the farm to our neighbors in need. It is a great way to get outside and volunteer with social distancing. No experience is necessary.  Click Here to sign up to volunteer in April and Here to sign up to volunteer in May.

SHOP LOCAL! Please consider shopping at the COMMUNITY SHOP, all proceeds benefit the programs of the Community Center!

Thank You to the Following Organizations & Foundations for their Generous Grants in 2020