Please check all expiration dates on food packages.
The Ulster County Food Fight is an annual food collection contest held in cooperation with twelve libraries throughout Ulster County from Thursday, September 1 to Friday, October 15.
The “Food Fight” is part of the Great Give Back that is happening on October 15th throughout New York State.
The common goal is to “spread food all over Ulster County” by filling up the shelves of local food pantries and to putting an end to hunger in our communities. The library that collects the highest number of food items during this period wins the Food Fight and receives a winners’ certificate!
Help your library win the Food Fight with your donations of non-perishable (and non-expired) food items for local food pantries. It sounds like a messy fight, but this is a clean competition with other libraries in Ulster County.
The following libraries will be participating:
Gardiner Library: 845-255-1255
Highland Public Library: 845-691-2275
Hurley Library: 845-338-2092
Kingston Library: 845-331-0507
Sarah Hull Hallock Free Library (Milton): 845-795-2200
Morton Memorial Library (Pine Hill): 845-254-4222
Olive Free Library: 845-657-2482
Phoenicia Library: 845-688-7811
Plattekill Library: 845-883-7286
Rosendale Library: 845-658-9013
Stone Ridge Library: 845-687-7023
West Hurley Public Library: 845-679-6405
Please contact your local library to find out what local food pantry they are supporting and all the details of how you can donate food items.
Thanks for your help in this worthy fight!
Don’t know what to donate? Donate our Food of the Day.
- Mac ‘n Cheese Mondays
- Tuna Tuesdays
- Peanut Butter Wednesdays
- Tomato Thursdays
- Fruity Fridays
Foods We Like
- Peanut Butter
- Canned Tuna or Chicken
- Boxed Macaroni and Cheese
- Soups (chicken noodle, vegetable, tomato, etc.)
- Canned Fruit
- Canned Vegetables
- Egg Noodles
- Canned Tomato Sauce
- Canned Applesauce
- Quick Oats
Foods We Don't Like
- Expired Food Food Items
- Dented Cans
- Opened Packaging