The R-H FISH Program – Rush-Henrietta’s transportation resource to get to medical appointments – depends on the generosity of those who are able to make donations to help underwrite the operating expenses of the program. The costs of insurance, the phone answering service, mailing schedules to Dispatcher and Driver volunteers, and mileage reimbursements continue to increase.


The RHAFT Program – Rush-Henrietta’s food cupboard – relies on donations of canned and packaged food from area residents – through food drives led by Boy and Girl Scouts, churches, area businesses, Rush-Henrietta Central Schools, service groups, and individuals. Food is purchased from Foodlink and area stores to provide fresh food – milk, eggs, fruit and vegetables – for a balanced diet. Some local farmers also donate food/produce in season.

FISH / RHAFT, Inc. is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Make a food donation?

Call 585/453-2370. A volunteer will call you back.