NYS Domestic Abuse Hotline

Last week, the New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence launched a new text program and confidential online service to aid victims of abuse and provide potential lifesaving ways to get help.

The new text program and confidential online service will make it easier for victims in isolation to contact the Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and get the help they need.

Anyone seeking help can text (844) 997-2121 or chat with a professional on the new confidential website at www.opdv.ny.gov.

The text and online services will be staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with OPDV staff who are experts in the area of domestic violence.

Click here to download the document.

Corfu Presbyterian Church Food Pantry – Donations Requested

Over the weekend The Corfu Presbyterian Church Food Pantry had another successful pick up at the food pantry. However, the number of families has increased and even though they were able to accommodate everyone, their supply is running low.

Community Help Needed!

The Corfu Presbyterian Church Food Pantry has an increased need of supplies and is seeking donations.

  • Dry goods
  • Canned vegetables
  • Canned fruits
  • Food items that can be made from a box or out of a can
  • Paper products
  • Puzzles
  • Puzzle books
  • Other food or activity items welcomed!

The Corfu Police Department can pick up and deliver supplies – just leave a bag of items on your porch and let the Village Office know so then pick up arrangements can be made. Please contact the Village Office at (585) 599-3327 for pick up arrangements.

Your donation is greatly appreciated! Thank you and stay healthy!

Drop Box Installed at the Village of Corfu Office

A black drop box has been installed at the village office to the left of the door and will be checked daily (weekdays). This can be used when the sewer bills go out next week and for any other items that would be brought into the village office that is currently closed to the public.

Please also note that the courts are still “paused” or closed until further notice and are not processing mail or payments at this time.