DONATIONS UPDATE: WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT ANY IN-KIND DONATIONS AT THIS TIME. We are in need of paper grocery-sized double-bagged bags and fabric face masks (in sealed plastic bags). Drop off at 61 Ballard Street or 36 Metacomet Road only (not at City Hall). WE DO NOT NEED EGG CARTONS.

Watch our Double Bag Shuffle before dropping off those bags!


We are open during the City Hall closure and providing food to Newton residents during our regularly scheduled hours. ALL CLIENTS CAN NOW SHOP TWICE PER MONTH. Click here to read our important “Temporary Pantry Procedures” implemented during the crisis.

We need your financial support now more than ever. Head HERE to donate to the Newton Food Pantry today.

Newton Food Pantry Announces the 2017 Our Neighbors’ Table Fundraiser

Thanks to our community’s amazing support,  Our Neighbors’ Table tickets have sold out. To be added to the wait list, please email newtonfoodpantry@gmail.com. Newton Food Pantry ‘s second Our Neighbors’ Table (ONT) fundraiser will be held on October 19th at 6:30PM-9:30PM. ONT is a unique event where guests can experience the tastes of some of Newton’s…

Fessenden Summer Camp Supports NFP

This group of teens from Fessenden’s summer camp. took time out of their summer to run a successful food drive. The result was a donation of over 85 bags of donations for the Newton Food Pantry! They then spent hours sorting the food at the pantry. Thanks to you all for your effort and support…

Youth Culture Exchange Program Supports the Pantry on Service Day

A big July thank you to this group of students and their parents for their efforts collecting approximately 10 boxes/20 bags of donations and $89 through a food drive they held at Whole Foods to support of our pantry. These students, organized by Michelle Ciom and Charles Institute of Management, are part of a youth…

Lovin’ Spoonfuls Continues Support for NFP

Thank you to our partner Lovin’ Spoonfuls, a Boston nonprofit organization, for helping to pick up food from local supermarkets like Wegmans, Market Basket, Roche Brothers,  and Whole Foods, and delivering it to the NFP every Wednesday. Because of their efforts, NFP gets to select from a wide variety of fresh food (fruit, vegetables, prepared…

F. A. Day 6th Graders Raise Money to Benefit NFP

Four 6th graders who took part in the F. A. Day  “Zero Hunger” project made a huge contribution to the Newton Food Pantry recently.  The group was inspired in their goal of ending world hunger by the realization that there are so many children in the world who are starving, through no fault of their…

Our Neighbor's Table event

Save the Date – Our Neighbor’s Table 2017

Before you break for summer, be sure to put this great Newton Food Pantry fundraising event on your calendars! October 19, 2017: Our Neighbors’ Table – A Taste of Newton’s Finest Restaurants.

Avalon Building Management volunteers

Avalon Building Management Volunteers at Newton Food Pantry Service Day

Thanks to the team from Avalon Building Management (along with NFP’s Food Drive/Service Day Coordinator Cheryl Sack) for helping out at yesterday’s Newton Food Pantry Service Day. The team did a food drive and came in to sort and box the donations they collected. We so appreciate your support for our pantry and community! 

Book Sale at Waban Village Day

Book Sale at Waban Village Day Benefits Newton Food Pantry

We were so excited to see the Scheirr/Lewis family out at Waban Village Day last weekend! The families put together a book sale to benefit the Newton Food Pantry, guiding people on what book would best match their interest – raising $400 in the process. Pictured here are Suzanne and Maddie Traxler at last weekend’s Waban Village…