We are excited to announce Newton Food Pantry’s participation in the Three Squares New England 7th Annual Ride for Food fundraising bike ride to take place on Sunday, September 23, 2018. Learn more about the NFP team and find out how you can help us raise funds to feed our neighbors in need by checking...
The oldest and largest all-volunteer food pantry in Newton, MA, the Newton Food Pantry has been run independently by volunteers since 1983.
Every month, more than 750 Newton residents rely on the food and personal care products we provide free—at our pantry location, via home delivery, and in partnership with other local nonprofits.
Not all of Newton is affluent. In our city, 1 in 8 households survives on less than $25,000 in annual income.
2014 Northeastern University study
“I like shopping at the food pantry because it cuts down on the cost of grocery bills for my family of three, and the people are friendly.
Fresh (Off the Press) from the Newton Food Pantry
This week, the Newton Community Farm stopped by the Newton Food Pantry to make a smart delivery arriving with a car packed with freshly-picked lettuce! We are so fortunate to have this farm partnering with us and to be able to provide fresh produce to our clients.
Marjorie Druker, owner of New England Soup Factory, makes a generous delivery. No one should go hungry!
We were thrilled to receive a delivery of over 60 bags (and several boxes) of food from St. Vincent de Paul Our Lady’s Parish. This contribution featured many of our most needed items. Thank you so very much! We are so grateful for the support.
A big huge thank you to Keshev Kollipara, who recently held a food drive ON HIS OWN – knocking on doors, talking to our neighbors about the Newton Food Pantry AND collecting a whopping total of 42 bags of groceries for the Pantry! Thank you Keshev for your amazing effort and support. We are so...
Helen Jordan has been volunteering at the Newton Food Pantry since 2015. She serves as Wednesday morning Shift Coordinator, is in charge of picking up donated foods from Panera and Trader Joe’s each week, and also helps periodically with home delivery. Helen says she volunteers at the NFP because, “I have been blessed. I can’t bear people not...