Address:72 Chapman StGreenfield, MA 01301Map & Directions
Services: Provides a food pantry Monday through Friday 8:00am to 2:00pm
Address:3 Osgood StGreenfield, MA 01301Map & Directions
Services: The West County Emergency Food Pantry provides fresh and non-perishable food to families and individuals in need. Participants may access food once per month and can choose from a wide variety of food including local produce, dairy items, frozen meats and grocery shelf staples. Information and referrals to other programs and services are also available.
Address:97 N Hatfield RdHatfield, MA 01038Map & Directions
Services: The mission of The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts is to work with their community to reduce hunger and increase food security. In addition to serving as the regional hub for emergency food, The Food Bank also provides:
Address:138 Sunderland RdAmherst, MA 01002Map & Directions
Services: A box of food (including non-perishables, dairy, meat and fresh produce) available monthly. Intended to be able to provide 3-4 days of food for each person in the family. - The Pantry is open :Monday, Tuesday, Friday: 11:00 am to 3:00 pm - Food Pantry and Community Store close at 2:45pm - Thursday 11:00 am to 7:00 pm - Food Pantry and Community Store close at 6:45pm - Hot Lunch 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm - Closed Wednesdays - The third (3rd) Saturday of the Month, Food Pantry and Community Store ONLY, 9:30am – 11:30am
Address:165 Main StAmherst, MA 01002Map & Directions
Services: Not Bread Alone serves healthy, hot meals for vegetarians and non-vegetarians. Services include: Community meals, food distribution, produce and bake goods available. Also meals on Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter - - Provide FREE homemade, hot meals at noon every Saturday and Sunday and at 4 pm on every Wednesday. Donated groceries are distributed every Saturday at 12:45. We also have counselors on site to help guests resolve issues such as housing, food stamp applications, health insurance, and employment.
Address:40 Main StGoshen, MA 01032Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantry. The Hilltown Pantry is located in Goshen, MA on Route 9, in the Town Office Building. The entrance is in the rear left of the building. - Provides low-income residents of Hampshire County with nutritionally-balanced food once a month. This food program is a “choice” program, which means that clients select the exact foods they bring home every month. - In addition to picking up their food once a month, clients may also visit once a week in order to select breads and choose from a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables from local growers. - Open every Wednesday from 1pm – 3pm, and the third Wednesday of each month from 1pm – 6pm.
Address:175 Main StCharlemont, MA 01339Map & Directions
Services: Provides supplemental and emergency food resources. The Pantry regularly distributes food monthly on the 3rd Tuesday and is a food resource for emergency shelters in area towns.
Address:265 Prospect StNorthampton, MA 01060Map & Directions
Services: Provides low-income residents of Hampshire County with nutritionally-balanced food once a month. This food program is a “choice” program, which means that clients select the exact foods they bring home every month. - Food Pantry & Clothing Distribution Hours: - Mondays 11am – 2pm - Tuesdays 4pm – 7pm - Wednesdays 11am – 2pm - Thursday 4pm – 7pm - Fridays 11am – 2pm - Closed Weekends - - Also has special programs that include: - - Kids’ Summer Food Program - During the summer months, the Northampton Survival Center’s Kids’ Summer Food Program provides eligible children with free food packages to help feed them breakfast and lunch every weekday for ten weeks during summer vacation. Children living in any of the 18 communities in our service area who receive free or subsidized meals through their school are eligible to receive this food. - Every eligible child receives groceries including grains, fruits, vegetables, dairy and protein. Families pick up food for the Kids’ Summer Food Program during our usual pantry hours at the same time that they are getting their regular package of groceries. Both our Northampton and Goshen locations distribute Kids’ Summer Food Program packages. - Fresh Dairy Program - Beginning in March 2013, a popular Fresh Dairy Program replaced powdered milk with fresh milk from Our Family Farms, a local dairy cooperative. For this effort we’ve secured 3-year funding from an anonymous family foundation, and have brokered an excellent deal with the local dairy farmers who are grateful for steady stream of income from this order of hundreds of half-gallons each week. Clients are thrilled because they all prefer fresh milk to powdered, and we know it supports area children in choosing to eat a nutritious breakfast of whole grain cereal and milk, rather than an easy-to-grab sugary alternative. - Thanksgiving - During the month of November, the Northampton Survival Center distributes additional traditional Thanksgiving items such as potatoes, cranberry and squash to each client family when they come in for their regular package of groceries. - Birthdays - Depending on availability, clients can pick up a cake or cake mix for their birthday when they pick up their regular package of groceries. - Cloth Bags - The City of Northampton Single Use Plastic Bag Ban went into effect on January 1, 2016. The Northampton Survival Center is in compliance with this policy and is encouraging clients to bring re-usable cloth bags for packaging their groceries. Grocery store bags, backpacks, and duffle bags can all be used as grocery bags. The Center also has cardboard boxes available for carrying groce - ries. - Personal Care Items - The Northampton Survival Center accepts donations of shampoo, soap, toothpaste or any other toiletries. If we have any of these items available, clients can choose one item each time they come in to pick up their regular package of groceries. - Clothing - The Northampton Survival Center receives regular donations of clothing. Clients can come in once a week to see the clothing items that are available and select what they need for their household. - Pet Food - Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society provides the Northampton Survival Center with cat and dog food for our clients’ pets. Based on availability, clients can get one bag of dry food for each pet in their household (limit four) when they pick up their regular package of groceries.
Address:12 Clark StEasthampton, MA 01027Map & Directions
Services: The Emergency Food Pantry supplies weekly food assistance. During the Summer they also supply a bag of food per child in the household. The pantry is open Monday and Wednesday 9:00am to 12:00pm or 4:00pm to 7:00pm
Address:107 Atwood StBrattleboro, VT 05301Map & Directions
Services: Community Meals, Food Donation Programs, Food Pantries
Hours: Tuesday (except first Tuesday): 1:00pm-5:00pm; For Seniors: Tuesday: 9:30am-5:00pm (except first Tuesday of the month); Free lunch every Tuesday (except first Tuesday): 12Noon-2:00pm
Eligibility: Low income, USDA-subsidized families, Vermont resident
Documents To Bring: Proof of Income; Proof of Vermont residency