We believe food is the key ingredient to nourishing wellbeing. For many in Massachusetts systemic barriers make accessing fresh food can be a challenge.
Through youth and workforce development programs, social enterprises and policy initiatives. HOPE Food Project will build a community capacity to engage with the food system in a fresh and sustainable way.
Food insecurity in low-income communities across the country is staggering. There is a lack of high-quality food, residents have limited incomes, little healthy food is produced in the community itself, and there are few connections to local farms. Fast food and “cheap food” are pervasive. HOPE Food Project is designed to address these fundamental factors because every low-income community has multiple food security issues that are not being adequately addressed, our goal is to encourage donors and local food connections as part of their response.
The primary goals of HOPE Food Project are to:
Open Tuesday & Thursday from 5:30 pm to 7:30pm
Free to Boston - North Shore - South Shore residents-Randolph- Holbrook- Plymouth- Brockton- Hingham- Weymouth
During these troubled challenging times, HOPE Food Pantry is serving 75 families with groceries and also delivering food to the Elderly and US Veterans that unable to pick up groceries If you need help, please contact the Pantry. If you can help, please donate.
HOPE Food Pantry is always in need of the following items: all types of cleaning supplies; health and beauty aids such as bar soap, shampoo, toothbrushes, toothpaste and deodorant; paper products such as toilet tissue, paper towels, napkins and tissues.
Food Pantry is located at:
85 Plymouth Street Holbrook, MA 02343, and is open on
Tuesday and Thursday 5:30 pm to 7:30pm
Telephone number is: 617-943-8845