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Crossroads Family Shelter

Address:
56 Havre St
Boston, MA 02128

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(617) 567-5926

Website:
http://www.ebcrossroads.org/food-pantry/

Services:
Our Daily Bread” Food Pantry at Crossroads Family Center is open to all East Boston residents who are urgently in need of food. The Food Pantry is located at 56 Havre Street in East Boston. Food is distributed through the white door on the side of the building. - The Pantry is open every Sunday and Wednesday from 3:00 to 4:00 PM


St. Luke's-San Lucas Episcopal Church

Address:
201 Washington Ave
Chelsea, MA 02150

Map & Directions

(2 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(617) 884-4278

Website:
http://www.lukelucas.org/

Services:
Food Pantry: At the present, the average number of individuals served each month is about 800 and keeps growing. We provide, free of cost, mostly non-perishable food by appointment. We distribute food only on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Appoinments are given only in person at the church (201 Washington Avenue, Chelsea) on Saturdays from 12 to 1 pm. - - The Community Dining Room: Began operations on May 31, 2009, is staffed entirely by volunteers from the partner churches, and opens every Saturday from 9 am to 12 noon. Warm, nutritious breakfast and lunch are served to anyone who comes in, free of charge.


The Greater Boston Food Bank

Address:
70 S Bay Ave
Boston, MA 02118

Map & Directions

(2 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(617) 427-5200

Website:
http://www.gbfb.org

Services:
To end hunger in eastern Massachusetts.

The Greater Boston Food Bank plays a unique role in the fight to end hunger by efficiently sourcing and distributing more than 37 million pounds of food and grocery products to nearly 550 member hunger-relief agencies serving more than 545,000 people every year.  They provide life-changing sustenance for one in nine residents of the nine counties of eastern Massachusetts.  They work tirelessly to ensure that the food they distribute is as nutritious as possible to enable those in need to lead healthy, productive lives.  They also engage members of their community to find their role in helping end hunger here, whether it be by giving money, food, time, or some combination of the three.


Yawkey Konbit Kreyol Center | Dorchester

Address:
185 Columbia Rd
Dorchester, MA 02125

Map & Directions

(2 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(617) 506-6600

Website:
http://www.ccab.org

Services:
Provides direct service as a community service center of Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Boston in Dorchester at the new Yawkey Center, in Somerville, and in other Boston neighborhoods through an array of programs and services. Services includes adult education, rent and mortgage assistance, baby supplies, expectant parent and teen parent support, child care, elder services, ESOL, family support, food pantry, shelter, youth education. Also provides holiday food donation. - - All are designed to address the complex issues that many individuals and families face today. - - Low-income and income-eligible individuals and families who are Boston residents, favoring Dorchester and Roxbury. Proof of residence and identification, current bills.


Boston Dream Center

Address:
151 Pearl St
Boston, MA 02110

Map & Directions

(2 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(617) 350-5555

Website:
http://www.bostondreamcenter.org

Services:
The purpose is to reach out to individuals and families, especially the lost, lonely, wounded, and forgotten people in our city, by providing care and compassion services, designed to meet short-term and long-term needs in the areas of emotional and spiritual care, education, addiction, hunger, poverty, homelessness, as well the needs of those in prison.


Family To Family Project

Address:
727 Atlantic Ave
Boston, MA 02111

Map & Directions

(2 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(617) 624-3837

Website:
http://www.ftfp.org

Services:
The Family-to-Family Project (FTFP) mission is to aid families who are losing or have lost their homes. Timely, innovative and flexible grants help families to restore hope and to find and keep housing. FTFP is the only program of its kind in the greater Boston area a lifeline for families that offers flexible, innovative solutions to immediate needs.

Grants from the Family-to-Family Project are made for the express purpose of assisting homeless families to move out of shelter into permanent housing or to remain in their homes. Family-to-Family grants are to be considered when all other sources of funding have been explored. The Project requires that at least one caseworker work with a family to determine needs, assisting with exploring all other possible funding resources. Grants are given for a range of needs, determined to ensure stabilization and long-term sustainability of housing. FTF is the only program of its kind in the greater Boston area a lifeline for families that offers flexible, innovative solutions to immediate needs.


ABCD

Address:
178 Tremont St
Boston, MA 02111

Map & Directions

(2 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(617) 348-6000

Website:
http://www.bostonabcd.org

Services:
Action for Boston Community Development is Boston's antipoverty agency, serving low-income Greater Boston residents through its city-wide network of neighborhood-based organizations. - - ABCD provides innovative, timely programs that promote upward mobility and a higher quality of life for people and communities. Boston's child care resource agency, child care choices of Boston, foster grandparents, Head Start Centers, day care programs, youth programs, learning center, family planning & health services. - - Services include Job Development and Placement; Food Pantry Operations; Child Care Services; Summer Youth Employment Programs; Fuel Assistance; Interpretation and Translation Services; Consumer Advocacy Services; Senior Drop-In Centers; Housing Rehabilitation Services; Distribution of Child Care Subsidy Vouchers; Information and Referral Services; Training Programs for Preschool Child Care Providers; Head Start; Alternative High School Programs; Urban College of Boston; Weatherization; Heating System Services; Family Planning; and HIV/AIDS Services. - - Service also includes housing counseling, mortgage foreclosure assistance, prejob guidance and summer youth employment programs. Most Community Action Agencies VITA, Financial Education, and Credit Counseling


Project Bread

Address:
145 Border St
Boston, MA 02128

Map & Directions

(2 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(800) 645-8333

Website:
http://www.projectbread.orgwww.gettingsnap.org/

Services:
Hotline counselors are available to screen callers for SNAP (formerly known as Food Stamps), and provide over the phone application assistance. The FoodSource Hotline can connect individuals and families to other food resources. The Hotline can assist callers in 160 languages or TTY: 1-800-645-8333. - Note that this is not a Food Pantry. They can provide referrals to food pantries.


Fourth Presbyterian Church

Address:
340 Dorchester St
Boston, MA 02127

Map & Directions

(2 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(617) 268-1281

Website:
http://www.fourthboston.org/ministries/food-pantry/

Services:
The Food Pantry happens every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, from 8am to 11am.


St. Anthony Shrine

Address:
100 Arch St
Boston, MA 02110

Map & Directions

(2 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(617) 542-6440

Website:
http://stanthonyshrine.org/ministries/food-center/

Services:
The mission of the Food Center is to feed people who are hungry by providing high-quality, nutritious food. - - First time users of the pantry must go through a registration and screening process, then may access the food center once a week. - - Food available includes frozen whole chickens, fresh eggs, fresh produce and fruit, fresh bread, a grain, a cereal, rice or pasta and sauce, canned beans and some dessert. We access a range of other items as available including yoghurt, cheese and milk.


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