“Thank You” to the Tioga County Senior Citizens Foundation for a $3,000 grant to provide local food assistance from our two newest food pantries in Lockwood and Waverly, NY!


Above: Dave Woodburn, of the Tioga County Senior Citizens Foundation, presents a $3,000 check to Donna Jantz, Assistant Director of the Owego Open Door Mission, to be used towards food purchase for two local food pantries serving our local senior community.

The Tioga County Open Door Mission is proud to announce that we have received a $3,000 grant from the Tioga County Senior Citizens Foundation to help provide food assistance for two of our newest food pantries in both Lockwood and Waverly, NY.

Our pantries provide nutritious food options as well as advocacy, referrals, and emergency financial assistance as funds are available.  Our newest senior food pantry in Waverly NY is limited to individuals 60 yrs of age or older and is open weekly 10am-4pm on Thursdays  behind our Red Door Thrift Store location on DePumpo Lane.  Our Lockwood food pantry opened in Fall of 2014 is located inside the Lockwood United Methodist Church, 95 Church St, Lockwood, NY and the pantry is open each Friday from 10am-2pm.

If you have any questions about our food pantries, outreach programs, or volunteer opportunities, please feel free to call or visit us at our Waverly location, The Red Door Thrift Store and Community Center, 359 Broad Street, Waverly, NY (607)249-6062, or the Tioga County Open Door Mission, 425 North Avenue, Owego, NY (607) 687-1121.

For more information about the Tioga County Senior Citizens Foundation, you can visit http://tcseniorfoundation.com/.

For online donations to the Senior Food Pantry in Waverly, NY, please visit https://www.youcaring.com/waverlyseniorfoodpantry.

We are so grateful for all of the community support that we have received!  Together we can make a difference!