During the Coronavirus pandemic Feeding Westchester responded to the greatest need and demand it’s ever seen for food in the county. In addition to providing food for so many who were unemployed, the county’s leading nonprofit, hunger-relief organization, fed seniors shut in their homes and children who were no longer receiving free or reduced breakfast and lunch at school. None of this could have be possible without their loyal volunteers.

Jacquie Broth, Mount Kisco

Jacquie, who is celebrating 10 years as a volunteer at Feeding Westchester, puts in 40-50 hours a week and is working harder than ever during this crisis. She is dedicated, has a quick wit and a great sense of humor. Jacquie doesn’t get paid, but shows up Monday through Friday to move, inspect, sort and pack food to be sent ou