Food Access

Thank you to the teams at all of our food distribution locations!

The City of Boston, in partnership with a number of community organizations, is providing free meals to all youth and teens at various locations and times across the City. See meal site locations and information.

The Red Sox Foundation Emergency Hardship Fund is offering those who demonstrate financial hardship an opportunity to apply for a $250 grocery vendor gift card, subject to available funds.

If you or someone you know is facing food insecurity, contact Project Bread’s Food Source Hotline at 1-800-645-8333. Information is available in 160 languages, and they offer a TTY hotline for individuals who are hearing impaired at 1-800-377-1292.

As a result of generous donations to the Boston Resiliency Fund, several organizations have received grant funding to expand their capacity to provide Boston’s children, families, and seniors with access to food at home or at pick-up meal sites around the City. One of these is the Fresh Truck. Councilor Bok was involved in their pilot, which will serve as a model for other locations in the City, and successfully delivered 318 boxes of fresh produce at no cost to residents in Fenway. If you are able, consider making a donation to the Resiliency Fund.

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