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
The selection of fresh produce is wonderful, and it’s what we should be eating more of because it’s healthy. It allows me to make soups, stews, and stir fry with ingredients that I otherwise couldn’t afford to buy at the store.
Fresh (Off the Press) from the Newton Food Pantry
Each year the Postal Carriers do a national food drive to stamp out hunger. Last week, the Newton Food Pantry received food from this collection, with Post Office trucks delivering bag after bag of much needed food. A special thank you goes out to the coordinators of the four post offices that deliver to the...
Last month Project Bread kicked off its 50th Walk for Hunger. The Walk will take place on Sunday, May 6 on the Boston Common. Money raised by the Walk supports hundreds of anti-hunger programs in Massachusetts, including the Newton Food Pantry’s. Please consider joining and register today at www.projectbread.org/walk.
Boston Web Marketing held their first of what they hope will be many drives to support the Newton Food Pantry. Headed by Ashley Caparalella, their drive responded to our most needed items list. Thank you Ashley. We so appreciate your support.
A huge shout out to Brownies Troop 62737 who visited the Newton Food Pantry last week and donated MANY boxes of cookies. The troop learned all about the NFP and what it does to help our community. Thanks again to the wonderful generosity of Brownies Troop 62737!