The Sudbury Community Food Pantry gratefully acknowledges that it has been awarded a $5,000 grant by the trustees of the Sudbury Foundation through the Herbert and Esther Atkinson Fund of the Foundation for MetroWest, which will be used towards the purchase of food and other essentials needed to best serve our clients.
We celebrate beginning the 4th year of our partnership with Hope & Comfort (hopeandcomfort.org, of Needham), which provides us with personal hygiene products on a monthly basis.
The Sudbury Community Food Pantry welcomes a partnership with Dignity Matters (dignity-matters.org, of Framingham), which will be providing us with feminine hygiene products on a monthly basis.
On Saturday Aug 24th, the Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley, held its second annual “Stuff a Cruiser” food drive, organized by Howard Kendall. Together with the support of Target Painting, Sudbury Farms supermarket, the Sudbury Police and the local community, 2 3/4 cruisers were filled with food, and almost $600.00 was collected, for the benefit of the clients of the Sudbury Community Food Pantry. These very generous donations were particularly appreciated since it came on the heels of a very busy summer.
The Sudbury Community Food Pantry (SCFP) has received a $4,500 grant from the Foundation for MetroWest. The grant will be used to purchase food and personal care products for individuals and familes served by the SCFP.
During the past year, the SCFP, served 911 familes and 2,691 individuals from over 50 surrounding cities and towns. The SCFP is 100% operated by volunteers with no paid staff. Established in 1995, the Foundation for MetroWest serves 33 cities and towns in the region, promoting philanthropy, helping donors maximize the impact of their local giving and enhancing the quality of life for all. Since inception, the Foundation has granted $15 million to charitable organizations and currently stewards more than $22 million in charitable assets for current needs and future impact. To lear mo re, please visit foundationformetrowest.org or call 508-647-2260.