FreshFest2019 raised funds to provide 3.7 million healthy meals for our neighbors in need. We also announced our HungerFree28 campaign.
1 in 9 children in MA struggle with food insecurity; Rise and Shine Massachusetts is building a movement to change that.
Catherine D’Amato, President & CEO, delivered the closing keynote at Harvard Business School’s 2019 ConneXt conference.
Carla was once a college student receiving free produce but is now an advocate for hunger and homelessness.
Portraits and first-person accounts from people who receive food at GBFB pantries and programs.
The House Committee on Ways and Means proposed $18.8 million for the Massachusetts Emergency Food Assistance Program (MEFAP), meaning an increase of 1,000,000 additionally healthy meals.
At 39, Marla had lost her job. Suddenly an unemployed single mother, Marla struggled to provide for her four children.
Shop Whole Foods Market on April 18 and give back! 5% of the day’s net sales will be donated to provide support to GBFB’s mission
GBFB hosted the 2019 MEFAP Legislative Breakfast to gather state legislators + local hunger-relief providers to support increased funding.
Medway student idea evolves into a community-wide initiative.