November 4, 2021
Just a short two months ago we moved our food distribution back indoors to a pre-pandemic shopping model. Gone are the days of pre-bagging groceries for our afternoon clients and handing out bags in unpredictable weather!
October 13, 2021
Life has so many other challenges, feeding your family should not be one of them. This is why Patty Connolly ran the 2021 Boston Marathon for the Newton Food Pantry.
September 8, 2021
Like many Newton Food Pantry clients, Bob Felleman was reluctant to visit the pantry the first time. Now he's spreading the word about the pantry's new space and expanded choices.
September 3, 2021
About four years ago, Julie Plaut Mahoney had a lightbulb moment. Find out how her work with eldercare and hospice patients became an opportunity to help families moving into new homes, and turned Welcome Home into one of our most important partners.
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September 3, 2021
When Bernarda Montes de Oca first began volunteering at the Newton Food Pantry, it was a tiny space in the Waban Library. When she went back to work full time, she gave up her volunteer responsibilities, but the pandemic and an important life milestone pulled her back this year.
August 30, 2021
The Newton Food Pantry is thrilled to invite our clients, volunteers and supporters back inside our newly renovated space. We spent the summer upgrading the mechanical systems for safe air flow and reimagining our space through our clients’ eyes.
July 7, 2021
Dear Friends of the Newton Food Pantry. I am so excited to share the Newton Food Pantry’s new look and new website, designed to promote our multifaceted approach to alleviating food insecurity in Newton.
June 29, 2021
The Newton Food Pantry Is excited to share with you our new logo which reflects the next phase of our growth as an organization. The icon in our new logo is a pear, which in many cultures symbolizes sustenance, abundance, and sweetness.
June 28, 2021
Sindy Wayne is a member of the Newton Food Pantry leadership team behind one of our newest and most exciting initiatives — the Newton Community freedge.
June 27, 2021
Devlin Scott and his wife Katie moved to Newton four years ago from Chicago to “plant” what was to become the NewCity Church.