Giving In Your Will



The Food for Tomorrow Society is comprised of Food Bank of Western New York supporters who make a lasting commitment to feed the hungry in WNY by naming the Food Bank as the ultimate beneficiary of a planned gift.

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James and Sue Billoni

Michael J. and Deborah Billoni

Anne Bird

Darrell and Marylou Borowiak

Glenn A. Butler

John and Terri Dunbar

Clem and Anne Eckert

Robert Gacek

Marion V. Grimes

John Jablonski

Marilee Keller

Anne Matjeka

Polla Milligan

Russell J. Salvatore

J. Milton (Zeke) and Amy Zeckhauser


For additional information on the Food for Tomorrow Society membership, please contact Clem Eckert, Food Bank Ambassador, Food Bank of WNY, 91 Holt Street, Buffalo, NY 14206 - 716-935-6687 -


Why I Have Joined the Food for Tomorrow Society 

Glenn A. Butler, a member of the Food Bank of Western New York’s Board of Directors, recently made an investment in the future of our community by bequeathing a donation to the Food Bank through our Food for Tomorrow Society.


“The Food Bank works throughout WNY, touching the lives of nearly 100,000 people in need through its 330 member agencies in Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie and Niagara counties,” says Butler. “I find myself asking, where would our community be without the Food Bank of WNY? A simple legacy benefit for the Food Bank’s Food for Tomorrow Society will go a long way in preserving the community I love. It was, for me, an easy choice.


Butler, a Vice President of Operations and Business Development for Personal Touch Food Service, added, “As our economy changes, families at times struggle and need help. The Food Bank helps solidify our community by helping in times of need. What happens to neighborhoods, towns, villages and cities that don’t have the benefit of a Food Bank and are left unable to help? We need a way to protect our neighbors and in some cases, ourselves to keep our community strong.


“As a board member, I witness many people who have benefitted from the Food Bank of WNY, giving back and contributing to the good work the Food Bank does. Again, this strengthens our community. People from all walks of life and financial status will help direct, administer and make the Food Bank work,” he continued. “We all want to preserve our community and be proud to live here.”

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