MathWorks will match up to $1M in donations, which will provide healthy meals to students and families facing hunger so they can continue to grow, learn and thrive.
Long time volunteer, donor and board member Ted Truscott is passionate about helping to provide food to people facing hunger, but also about finding solutions.
GBFB distributed almost 290,000 grocery cards last year, empowering clients to choose the foods that serve their needs best.
Working in partnership with GBFB, The Nantucket Food Pantry distributed as many as 20,000 bags of groceries to approximately 1,700 clients in the past year.
Sharon Brown manages the Island Food Pantry and knows that many people are one step away from being homeless or hungry–because she was one of them.
LGBTQ+ communities in the Commonwealth and nationally, still grapple with significant social, economic, and political barriers.
SNAP recipients in MA are automatically enrolled in the Healthy Incentives Program (HIP) which allows them to buy fresh produce and get some money back.
GBFB has passed the 2022 AIB Audit with a superior score of 930/1000.
Team GBFB has been selected as a finalist for the 2022 Nonprofit Excellence Award by the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network.
Many GBFB food pantry partners are reporting more people seeking help now than at any other point during the pandemic.