Hunger to Hope

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Food n’ Friends Celebrating 35 Years

Join Food n’ Friends in celebrating 35 years of alleviating hunger in Attleboro and local communities. RSVP here.

9am: Doors open

10:30am: Special recognition for the site coordinators and host kitchen at Centenary United Methodist Church. The Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative is ever so grateful to all our program partners. #TogetherWeServe

11am: Lunch served

Thanks for your interest and support!

Annual Meeting

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25th Anniversary Tuesday Kitchen

Let’s Celebrate with First Baptist Church of Mansfield. They have been operating a Tuesday Kitchen for 25 years (1994-2019). We will recognize FBC for hosting and the seven other Houses of Worship that kindly assist. We will recognize the many volunteers that plan, prepare, and serve the meal. We will also recognize the three dedicated site coordinators through the years. You are all amazing. On behalf of our guests, thank you!

2019 Annual Appeal

#TogetherWeServe FUNDRAISER

Every donation assists us in delivering sufficient nutritional aid locally, to those struggling with hunger. Your support is truly meaningful. 

Food n’ Friends serves over 24,000 emergency meals in Attleboro, Mansfield, North Attleboro, Norton, and Seekonk.

Do you know what it feels like to be hungry? When you have missed a few meals or perhaps not eaten in days, there is a deep-down pain and panic that goes along with knowing there is not enough money to buy food.

Nine percent of households in Massachusetts face food insecurity. One in seven children in Bristol County do not reliably have enough food to eat. Those hungry may be a child you see at the bus stop, parent you pass on your way to work, or an older adult you notice sitting alone in the park on your way home. They may be a friend, a neighbor, your child’s classmate or a member at your house of worship. They are quietly starving in plain sight.