Join your neighbors in participating in the Biden/Harris Administration’s National Day of Service! We are collecting non-perishable food items for the Woburn Council of Social Concern. Here is a list of suggested items: Baked Beans Canned Lunch (Spaghettios, etc.) Canned Meat (stew, Spam, chili, etc.) Cereal (hot and cold) Condiments Dessert Mixes, Jello, Pudding Fruits…

The Marblehead Democratic Town Committee is sponsoring a food drive to benefit My Brothers Table in Lynn and the Marblehead Food Pantry. Donors will drive into the Community Center Parking Lot where volunteers, observing guidelines approved by the Board of Health will receive checks and gift cards made out to either My Brothers Table or…

We are encouraging financial and food donations to the Brookline Food Pantry. Donation information and food drop-off information is available at www.brooklinefoodpantry.org

We are encouraging all of our neighbors to make a donation to the Billerica Community Pantry. Their wish list for this month includes Italian Spices and Assorted Spices as well as jams/jellies. Donations can be dropped off (by 5PM) at the following locations: 21 Horman Rd. 66 Dudley Rd. 45 Sachem St. 20 Oxford Rd.…

Join us in supporting Beverly Bootstraps on this Day of Service. We are coming together to make monetary donations directly to Beverly Bootstraps (https://www.beverlybootstraps.org/). We also have a collection point available for contactless drop-off of food items, gift cards, or checks made out directly to “Beverly Bootstraps” – details for contactless drop-offs will be provided…

Drop off food donations at the Sharon Unitarian Church. Please put donations in the box outside the front entrance of the church.

St. Joseph Food Pantry in Pittsfield, MA 01201 National Day of Service is Monday, January 18, 2021. During this pandemic food insecurity is very serious. As we honor Martin Luther King Jr. let us support the new administration and an orderly transfer of power. To avoid the spread of COVID19 please donate and mail checks…

Natick Service Council will be collecting unopened, unexpired, non-perishable food items in honor of MLK Day and the dedication to community and service this day represents. NSC is requesting the following items: apple juice, crackers, granola bars, tuna in water, and macaroni & cheese. Monetary donations are also welcome.

We will be delivering hot meals to housebound seniors and food insecure families in Newburyport. We are coordinating with local community services to help our fellow residents in need. We will adhere to strict COVID-19 safety protocol – volunteers must wear masks, practice social distancing, and refrain from attending if they display symptoms.

Virtually join students from across the Bay State as we give donations to food banks in need, sign up to volunteer at our local food banks during Inauguration Week, and hear from a special guest! Help us increase access to food here in Massachusetts, all while staying safe from COVID-19. Sign up, invite your friends,…