Berkshire Food Project

134 W Main St, North Adams, Ma 01247, Usa
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Our mission The Berkshire Food Project seeks to alleviate hunger, food insecurity, and social isolation by serving healthy, no cost meals and connecting people to other resources, all in a dignified and respectful manner.
COVID-19 Impact
BFP COVID -19 “New Normal”

BFP COVID -19 “New Normal”

Berkshire Food Project

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Volunteer Shifts Return!

Beginning on June 15, we will be opening up our volunteer shifts to a limited number of volunteers each day.  While the continuing COVID Crisis prevents us from having our usual, robust volunteer cohort each day, we will be able to have up to six volunteers each day.  Volunteers can choose Tuesdays and Thursdays, when… See full description
  • Adults (18+)
  • Ongoing, Recurring
  • Weekdays
  • Individuals
  • In-person, Food Distribution, Food Packing, Other
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About us The Berkshire Food Project began its operations on a twice-weekly basis in January 1987. Its initial funds came from a "meatless meal" program at Williams College. For each student who was willing to forgo meat once a month, the College Dining Services donated (and still does donate) one dollar to the BFP. The BFP has grown from providing three meals each week in 1987 to now serving five days a week. Our meals are cooked from scratch and often use local ingredients.
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