Quick links for food access resources from The Greater Boston Food Bank

Published on December 9, 2022

With the help of our supporters, The Greater Boston Food Bank acquires and distributes food that enables local pantries, soup kitchens, and other partners to provide nutritious food. Visit for links to food access resources.

Are you seeking food for yourself, your family, a neighbor, coworker or friend? Use The Greater Boston Food Bank’s Partner Agency Locator to find help by zip code in your community: Need Food? | The Greater Boston Food Bank (

Click ‘N Cook is a free resource that helps people find simple, healthy recipes. It is managed by registered dietitians who provide essential nutritional advice and recipe guidance. Search easy, healthy recipes with everyday ingredients here: Click ‘N Cook: Easy, Healthy Recipes – Click ‘N Cook (

SNAP information and resources—the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides food assistance through an electronic card that can be used at supermarkets, convenience stores and some farmers’ markets. Eligibility is based on income and household size. If you are within the income limits, you may be eligible. Learn more about the program and request enrollment support here: SNAP Food Program | The Greater Boston Food Bank (

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