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Free Will Meal Program

Canton United Methodist Church
41 Court Street
Canton, NY

Provides a free meal to individuals in need every Wednesday.

Friends of Oswego County Hospice

44 East Bridge Street
Suite 204B
Oswego, NY

Supports Oswego County Hospice through public awareness, professional education, and financial assistance. Funds raised are used for patient and family support, patient sunshine funds, staff and volunteer training and support, and Camp Rainbow of Hope.

From the Ground Up Therapeutic Horsemanship, Inc

Gentle Hill Farm
1238 North Road
Tully, NY

Offers horse related activities and riding instruction to people of all ages with special needs.

Greater Syracuse Tenants Network

Answers questions about landlord/tenant-related issues throughout Central New York, provides information for human service agencies on landlord/tenant matters, organizes tenant associations and training for landlords, and advocates for tenants rights and affordable housing.

Guiding Eyes for the Blind

611 Granite Springs Road
Yorktown Heights, NY

Provides guide dogs to individuals who are blind or visually impaired.

Hannibal Resource Center Food Pantry

927 Cayuga Street
Hannibal, NY

Provides a food pantry for individuals in need.

Health & Wellness
ARISE Child and Family Service, Inc.

635 James Street

Offers health care advocacy, diabetes and chronic disease prevention, outpatient mental health services and school-based mental health services.  

Helping Hounds Dog Rescue

6606 Kinne Road
Syracuse, NY

Works to find homes for rescued dogs in the Central New York area. Takes dogs that are currently in overcrowded shelters or dog control systems and transfers them into their adoption program.

Hillside Children's Center (HCC)

215 Wyoming Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides a range of residential and community based services to children, youth, and families involved in the child welfare, mental health, and juvenile justices systems.

Hope for Bereaved

4500 Onondaga Boulevard
Syracuse, NY

Offers a wide range of services for people whose loved one has died including monthly support group meetings for both adults and youth, one-on-one counseling, a free monthly newsletter, and a telephone helpline. 

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