The Food Pantry will be closed Tuesday June 25, 2019 and Thursday June 27, 2019 as well as Thursday July 4th, 2019.
On May 9th, Curtis Blomberg, of Keller Williams Realty Boston Northwest, honored the real estate businesses’ annual day of community service (‘RED Day”, which stands for Renew, Energize and Donate) by conducting a food drive for the Sudbury Community Food Pantry at Sudbury Farms. Thanks to Curtis and those who donated food and/or made financial contributions.
In response to the National Association of Letter Carriers’ annual “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive, held on Sat. May 11th, the Sudbury community generously donated over 200 bags of groceries, providing a bounty of donations beyond anything the volunteers at the Sudbury Community Food Pantry recall seeing in prior years. Many thanks to those who donated, to the letter carriers who transported the donations, and to the volunteers who handled all the donations of food and personal products.
The Sudbury Community Food Pantry received a very substantial financial gift of $20,000.00 from Middlesex Savings Bank — which represents part of a cumulative $1.4 million gift that its Charitable Foundation distributed to 84 non-profit community service organizations including food pantries, senior centers and libraries. The organizations received their donations at an event held on January 24, 2019 at the Middlesex Savings Bank offices in Westborough.
This summer our Pantry will again receive weekly deliveries of freshly picked organic produce from Gaining Ground as well as Salt Box Farms, both located in Concord, Mass., beginning in June and continuing throughout the growing season. In 2018 we received approximately 8400 pounds of fresh organic produce from Gaining Ground and approximately 600 pounds from Salt Box Farms. Please visit the Pantry and benefit from the generosity of these two local farms and our partnerships with them.