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The Webster Community Chest is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that has been providing services and programs for Webster (14580) residents since 1948.
To volunteer or get more information about the Chest go to our CONTACT US page
The Chest provides information & referrals, emergency financial assistance, food assistance, summer camp scholarships, high school senior awards for community service, and financial aid to organizations whose programs benefit Webster residents. Go to our WHO WE HELP page.
Improve, develop, and care for the health, welfare and general well being of residents of the greater 14580 Webster community.
Tracy Dennis & Kris Lombardo
Mary Kay Barrett
Mary Fran Grenier
Distributions made in September, October, November, & December
FOR THOSE IN NEED
Thursday, April 27, 3:30-5:00 pm
Online Registration Required
Click Here: Meal Center
Drive-Through Pick-Up (or Walk-Up)
35 Curtice Park (Outreach House),
Village of Webster
Meal Bag includes ingredients and recipes for 3 meals, each meal feeds 3-4 people.
Food donations can be dropped off at:
Webster Public Library
NEQALS, Jackson Road
Bernardi & Co, 40 Barrett Drive
For a list of items we need, click here.
Starting March 1st, the Webster Library Foundation is teaming up with Kittelberger Florist for their Generosity in Bloom program. Kittelberger’s will be offering two floral arrangements for $65 and $100; 20% of the proceeds of those sales will go towards growing the endowment of the Webster Library Foundation. Click the Webster Library logo above to see and order displays. Kittelberger's is also a sponsor of our Peep Show.
Click on the logo above or HERE to go to our FaceBook page.
The “Hometown” Community Chest was created to serve the people of Webster in ways not provided for by other social service agencies. On March 30, 1945 community representatives met to discuss the continuation of a group formed in WWII known as The War Chest Committee. The War Chest Committee had served the community well and it was the intention to consider establishing a local Community Chest to continue its service based work. By 1948, the evolution was complete for the forming of a Community Chest. On April 22, 1948 the Community Chest was incorporated and continues its work to this day. The present Board of Directors meets seven times a year and helps to coordinate the workings of the Chest. Webster is the only nearby town to have its own Community Chest.
WHEREAS, the mission of the Webster Community Chest is to improve, develop, and care for the health, welfare, and general well-being of residents of the greater Webster community; and
WHEREAS, in 1948, the Community Chest was established in Webster and began to administer to the needs in the ever-growing community by offering emergency food along with financial assistance during times of crisis; and
WHEREAS, the Webster Community Chest provides summer camp scholarships for children so that they can continue to learn and grow within our community, and they also offer financial aid to other organizations with Webster that want to improve the lives of our residents; and
WHEREAS, through the years and through the many different changes and challenges facing our society, the member of Webster's Community Chest have been supportive of the Webster community and we are proud that they help to make Webster a place "Where Life is Worth Living";
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that by the power invested in the as the Supervisor and on behalf of the Town Board, we hereby proclaim today, March 21, 2019 as Webster Community Chest Day, and I invite all citizens and businesses in the community to celebrate this milestone in our community.
In the town of Webster, under my and in the privy seal of the town of Webster, this 21st day of March, 2019.
Ronald W Nesbitt, Town Supervisor
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission. If you prefer to contribute an amount other than $25, please click Help Us at the top of this page.