Carver Center is working with Caritas PC to provide home delivery of meals and groceries to people who are homebound.
Anyone interested in receiving food via home delivery on SATURDAYS should call 914-305-3967.
Leave a voicemail in English or Spanish and someone will call back to confirm.
Deliveries are made on SATURDAYS ONLY.
The Carver Market continues to be an important and vital resource to our food-insecure community. The Market supplements our community’s need for food, three days a week on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons. We are collaborating with our community partners Caritas of Port Chester (Meals on Main Street) and Feeding Westchester to feed a growing number of children, families and seniors.
The Carver Market served 19,387 households between April 2020 and May 2021. This is equal to 70,276 children, adults, and seniors at our weekday distributions.
During July and August of 2020, Carver Center distributed 16,919 free breakfasts and lunches to Port Chester School District children 18 years of age and under from Monday through Friday at the Thomas A. Edison School in Port Chester.
Carver Center has received two Emergency Food Grants from Westchester County to prepare and distribute meals to Port Chester school district families through our Food Service Program. Between the months of September and December, we delivered 10,000 meals to Thomas Edison and JFK Elementary School families. In the first four months of 2021, we have distributed more than 1,500 meals to the two elementary school sites.
The need for food will continue to grow as we enter the upcoming Fall season. Carver Center is working on developing ways to expand our capacity to reach a broader base of our community.
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