Help Us Help Your Neighbors

Click on the topics below to see various ways you can help.

Donate Time and Talents

Donating can take on many forms. Most people think of donations as monetary; but did you know that your talents are a way to help those in need?

The Tuesday perishable food program receives donations of food from Wegmans (Holt Rd and Eastway), Ridge Donut, Hegedorns, BJs, Panera Bread, and Schutts. Volunteers pick up the food and additional volunteers oversee the distribution every Tuesday evening at 6 PM. Over 2000 volunteer hours are given by kids, families, individuals, scouts, and teams each year. We also have volunteers to sort food and to pack holiday baskets and a corp of volunteers at Christmas to coordinate and wrap presents for children.

Donate Money

Donate online with PayPal or Credit Card

Give to our Annual Fund Drive in September

Each September, the Chest conducts a fund drive to raise monies to help our neighbors in need. YOUR past donations have helped to purchase medicines, replace a hot water heater, repair a car to continue in a job, feed a family when the cupboard is bare. In addition, YOUR donations have helped the SEPTA scholarship funds, summer camp scholarships, Senior Citizen Groups and other community groups.

Look for the information packet to arrive at your home or business in the Greater Webster Community (14580) in mid-September.

NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS is the theme of the fund drive.

Check the Webster Community Chest as a donor option (1469) in the United Way Drive

Make a bequest or special remembrance

Give to special group solicitations for schools and organizations

"ROC the Day" in December (A 24 hour United Way Campaign)

Choose WCC when you make purchases through

Drop off your returnables to the container in the Court building "Profits for Produce"

Return your ink cartridges to Hegedorn's through the WCC "Imagine It" program

Food Donations

Food donations are received throughout the year from Webster businesses, groups, organizations, schools, scouts, the Council of Churches, and many individuals. A donation container is located at Hegedorn's.  In addition, you may call 671-2060 for drop off times at the Food Cupboard.

We accept unopened, unexpired food, and also many non food items such as dish soap, laundry soap, bar soap, paper towels, tissues, toilet paper, deodorant, tooth paste, tooth brushes, shampoo, diapers, and cleaning products. Food stamps do not cover any items that cannot be eaten so these daily essentials are always needed in the Food Cupboard.

Donate fresh fruits and vegetables to the Tuesday Food Distribution program

"Plant a Row" of extra fruits or vegetables in your garden for the Tuesday Food Distribution program

For a current list of what is needed in the Cupboard call 671-2060.

Letter Carrier's Food Drive

The Community Chest participates in the Annual "Stamp Out Hunger" campaign.  All food collected in Webster is delivered to the Webster Food Cupboard.

5000 pounds of food was collected in 2016

Businesses that support the Tuesday Food Distribution

Thanks to the following businesses that support the Webster Community Chest Tuesday Food Distribution:

  • Wegmans (Holt Road and Eastway)
  • Hegedorns
  • Ridge Donut
  • BJs
  • Panera Bread
  • Schutts
  • The Maplewood Nursing Home