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The Genesee Valley Psychological Association (GVPA) is a professional association for psychologists in the Rochester, New York region. For professionals, GVPA is a resource to network, provides opportunities for professional development, and educates members about local and national issues impacting the field. GVPA is hosting a Spring Town Hall on May 25th at Perlos Restaurant in East Rochester at 7 pm. GVPA asks members to consider making food and monetary donations to support Foodlink in their important cause.

Suggestions for Healthy Donations:

 Tuna canned in water 

 Chicken canned in water 

Peanut butter 

 Low-sodium canned beans/vegetables

 Tomato products 

Shelf-stable milk product  

Canned fruit packed in juice 

 100% juice

 Low-sugar cereal/Brown rice/ Oats/Whole grain pasta

Soups/ Broths

Please avoid donating these items: 

Glass containers • Perishable products • Home-canned or home-made goods • Baby food or formula • Non-food items • Expiration dates older than 5 months before donation • Vitamins or medicines • Soda pop •Cookies • Candy



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In Support of Foodlink

Foodlink is a Rochester-based nonprofit dedicated to ending hunger and building healthier communities by addressing both the symptoms and root causes of food insecurity. We serve as the hub of the emergency food system across a 10-county service area. As a leading public health organization, Foodlink administers many programs and initiatives that aim to build the health and wealth of communities.

We provide food assistance through the safe storage and distribution of emergency food to our network of food bank members and community partners. We build healthier communities through innovative programs that create new access points to nutritious foods and empower people to make healthy choices. We drive change through bold career empowerment initiatives and advocacy for a more just, equitable food system.

Learn more about how we are transforming lives and creating healthy futures for every community we serve at www.FoodlinkNY.org, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram at @foodlinkny.