This year, Enterprise Rent-A-Car made their fifth annual $89,000 donation to GBFB as part of their “Fill Your Tank” program.
After more than three years building the Rise & Shine MA coalition, we saw the fruits of our labor this summer when “Breakfast After the Bell” became law.
Since COVID-19, Healthy Waltham has been serving 600 families each week, taking over the monthly distribution from the schools, and adding two additional distributions each month.
In the last 12 months we’ve distributed over 3 million pounds of food to our 20 partner agencies in New Bedford, the equivalent of more than 2.5 million meals.
By supporting GBFB, you’re supporting people like Cynthia, a mother of three and client at the Greater New Bedford Community Health Center Mobile Market.
Our Click 2 Give campaign in partnership with Whole Foods Market raised $50,000 for our neighbors struggling with hunger.
We helped the YMCA in Lowell hold eight Mobile Markets during the summer—its first-ever food distributions.
There are many reasons why donors support GBFB. For Tim McKenna, of Medfield, it’s both a matter of conviction and personal experience.
Just this year, Wegmans has donated $235,000 to GBFB, including a $95,000 donation at the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis in March.
Your gift helps support fathers like Keith, who is among the many recipients of food at the Greater Lowell Family YMCA Mobile Market.