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HOPE House has new emergency hours

Webster charity continues to help people in need during COVID-19

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HOPE House, a member of Foodlink and an equal opportunity provider through Holy Trinity Church in Webster, has new emergency hours to help residents in the 14580 area who are in need during COVID-19. The emergency hours are Monday, 4-7 p.m.; Tuesday, 9 a.m.-Noon; and Wednesday, 2-5 p.m. The House is limiting its services to emergency food distribution. No appointment is needed to benefit from these services. HOPE House assures the public that, even while providing these services, it will be practicing social distancing. “Please do not line up. We will be taking people inside individually,” the House instructs on the Holy Trinity website. “Please do not bring extra household members with you unless absolutely necessary. We have food, we will be able to serve all who come to us.” Webster residents who have never been to HOPE House before must bring address verification for all members of their household, such as an official piece of mail, RG&E bill, lease, pay stub, etc. The House does not take driver’s licenses or junk mail. HOPE House is located at 1450 Ridge Road, Webster.


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