Thank you for providing healthy meals in Western Massachusetts!

Food insecurity in Western Massachusetts has increased dramatically. Your donation today, in any amount, can provide emergency meals to seniors, families with young children, disabled adults, and so many more.

Here’s an example of what your gift can do:

A contribution of $50 can provide 150 healthy meals in western Massachusetts. A gift of this amount provides a healthy dinner to a family of four every day for a month, or three full meals to one person every day for almost two months.

Your generous donation fortifies individuals facing hunger, helping us all during challenging times.

You may notice our colors and logo are different here than on our main site. We are in the process of a rebrand and are replacing colors and logos across our organization's many materials. We appreciate your patience during this time of transition.

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Your gift helps us:

Grocery Bag

Our Mobile Food Bank and Brown Bag: Food for Elders services deliver healthy groceries directly to participants at community sites and local senior centers across the region.


Our team works with the frontline emergency food network of partnering food pantries and meal sites to provide healthy food and bilingual nutrition education to families and individuals at risk of hunger.


With SNAP outreach and enrollment assistance and a partnership with local community health centers to screen and provide services to those at risk of hunger through The Food insecurity Screen Referral Initiative (FISRI).

State House Building

We encourage our community to bring issues of hunger to the forefront by engaging elected officials and the public to take action against the underlying causes of food insecurity.


With two Food Bank Farms that harvest and distribute organic produce to food-insecure households in the region, as well as a community farm that will teach local students about organic, no-till farming.