Thanks to our compassionate community of donors, we’re on track to distribute over 63,000 grocery cards to help families enjoy traditional holiday meals this fall and winter.
Thanks to our partners at NEAP and Carlson Orchards, we’ve received hundreds of gallons of fresh, Mass.-grown apple cider to distribute to our community.
Kathy and her daughter Kasey are star volunteers at GBFB. Their commitment to giving back began with the Harwich Family Pantry, a partner agency.
St. Francis House, Boston’s largest day shelter for individuals experiencing homelessness, has been partnering with GBFB to feed those in need since the 1980’s.
Your support helps people like Danielle, a former guest of St. Francis House, Boston’s largest day shelter and hunger-relief partner of GBFB.
Since March 16, 2020, the YMCA of Greater Boston has delivered more than 3.7 million meals and counting at no cost to the recipients and with no questions asked.
Helping the community isn’t new to the YMCA of Greater Boston, but the hunger prevention partnership with GBFB has taken their commitment to a whole new level.
Many local schools are mitigating the problem of food insecurity on campus – but not all, and not enough. Campus hunger will only continue to grow. We need to act now.
Co-led by GBFB, the Hunger-Free Campus Coalition (HFCC) has worked together to draft legislation to address college student hunger & food insecurity on campuses.
GBFB Supporter Ellen and her Adult B’Not Mitzvah class dedicated their event to supporting our hungry neighbors in need.