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Year: 2018

Boston Globe interviewed CEO Catherine D’Amato to gain insight on where she works, why the space suits her, and what it reveals about her life and philosophies.

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New research indicates that participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) promotes better health outcomes. Read more here.

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Today, the Legislature approved the FY19 state budget, funding the Massachusetts Emergency Food Assistance Program (MEFAP) at $18 million. Now, Governor Baker has 10 days to approve and sign the FY19 budget into law. Thank you for all your advocacy in the budget process so far! We need your conti...
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Project Just Because food pantry has been serving those in need in Hopkinton for the past 19 years. It was only this year, however, with help from the town of Hopkinton and The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) that the pantry has been able to share nutritious perishable items with those struggling...
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Roughly 1 in 10 residents of Lynn is food insecure. This means that 9,800 people living there cannot be sure day to day where their next meal is coming from. In a city where 20 percent of the population lives in poverty, The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) works tirelessly with community partners...
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The U.S. Senate passed a bipartisan Farm Bill that will support farmers and strengthen federal food assistance. Please join us in advocating for a compassionate Farm Bill.

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Irma and her husband, Roberto, live paycheck to paycheck putting food on the table for their three small children in Lynn. Roberto has worked the same job as a hotel maintenance manager for 37 years. While he has steady employment, the family struggles to keep up with their rising rent and the hi...
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To better reach struggling families in the communities they live, GBFB operates free, monthly food distributions at School-based Pantries. Senior Manager of Community Initiatives Christina Peretti gives an inside look at creating a School-Based pantry.

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GBFB Team Members, government officials, and anti-hunger advocates joined together for a SNAP Challenge to stand in solidarity with SNAP. See how they did here.

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Team Members from GBFB are joining people from all over Massachusetts in a SNAP Challenge to raise awareness and show solidarity with the millions of Americans for whom SNAP is a vital resource.

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