Every year, GBFB hosts a Partner Appreciation Day, when we celebrate the people and organizations who lend critical support to our mission!
Kathi Maio, a retired Suffolk University librarian, takes an hour-long train ride from Malden almost every Tuesday to volunteer at GBFB.
The Cooley LLP law firm pulls out all the stops when it comes to The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB)’s annual Legal Food Frenzy fundraising competition.
More than 500 low-income kids learned about healthy eating this summer at GBFB’s nutrition fairs at Boys & Girls Clubs in Boston, Brockton and Fall River.
Raising awareness of the 1 in 10 across Eastern Massachusetts who struggles to get enough healthy food to eat is a critical step toward ending hunger in our community.
For many, SNAP benefits run out before the month ends and people must turn to their local pantries and meal programs for help.
On September 29, 1977, President Carter signed the 1977 Food Stamp Act into law.
Food banks across the U.S. are coordinating to provide relief to the millions of people in Puerto Rico who have lost access to food and water in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
Carla and Alma are both students at Northern Essex Community College, where GBFB recently launched a free Mobile Market for the school’s Haverhill and Lawrence campuses.
On Hunger Action Day (Thursday, September 14), The Greater Boston Food Bank is asking you to join our collective voice in calling our Massachusetts Members of Congress to advocate for hunger policies.