USPS Letter Carrier Jimmy Jang and pantry volunteer Kevin Paquin transferred donations into the Pantry today. The 2023 Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive generated 40 boxes of food in Sudbury. Thanks to all for a great turnout!
Sudbury Family Network organized a successful food drive at their annual Spring Egg Hunt recently, their generous members donated lots of much needed items to help our community.
Louis Stephan and his team have maintained a food drop-off location for the food pantry at his offices at 400 Boston Post Road in Sudbury for many years. The drop-off is run by he and his team at BHHS Stephan Realty, Kristin Knopf of Law Office of Kristin Knopf and Lisa Dropkin of Dropkin Law whose offices support the pantry by providing the 400 Boston Post Road Food Pantry Drop Off location.
BHHS Stephan Realty also funds the Sudbury Food Pantry website.
The Pantry is grateful for their contribution and the wonderful example of community spirit in support of the Pantry’s mission to help those in our community who are hungry.
There are some very creative ways to conduct a Food drive and Ann Hincks from Keller Williams Reality Boston Northwest employed one. Ann distributed over 100 tote bags and asked her neighbors to fill them. Then on a predetermined day Ann and her team went around and picked them up and sorted them according to product type. The pictures above complete the story. A great help to the pantry in filling in holes in our acquisition pipeline. Thank you!
Freshly picked and packed from the fields of gaining grounds of concord. These seasonal fresh vegetables found there way to the subury community food pantry weekly where they were distributed to worthly clients to be shared with their families. A special thank you goes out to polly who cheerfully delivers these fresh produce to us each week.