In the fall, we created the GBFB Family Meal Box program to offer communities an emergency response of easily deliverable food.
Our most tenured team member, Senior Lead Driver Juan Encarnacion, shares his struggles with 2020 & why he’s worked at GBFB for nearly three decades.
A group of neighborhood kids from Weston came together to participate in a 30-person fundraiser in support of hunger relief.
Through our network of partner food pantries, GBFB has served roughly double the number of seniors during this pandemic than at the same time last year.
By supporting GBFB, you’re helping people like Dinora, a senior and resident of the Julia Martin House in Boston, get the fresh fruits and vegetables she needs.
We need your help to maintain the Massachusetts Emergency Food Assistance Program (MEFAP) funding level at $30 million.
As a result of the pandemic, food insecurity has increased by 59% in the state of Massachusetts.
GBFB was honored with the Drum Major Award at this year’s 51st Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast Celebration.
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