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Free Kids Summer Concerts

2022 Kids Concerts Flyer

Enjoy a FREE evening concert in Gazebo Park at 6:30 pm, each Tuesday in July.  Sponsored by the  Norwood Junior Woman's Club, this kid friendly event is a fun way to spend the evening and help the Norwood Food Pantry collect much needed donations. Here is a list of our most needed items: 

  • Pasta (Ziti, Penne, Elbows, Rigatoni, Cavatappi, Medium Shells etc.)

  • Cold Cereals (small boxes of Special K, Fruit Loops, Fruity Pebbles, Lucky Charms, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Rice or Corn Chex and Frosted Flakes are popular)

  • Spaghetti Sauce (24-ounce jars such as Wegman’s Marinara @ 99 cents)

  • Near East Rice, Rice a Roni, any Rice Pilaf Mix

  • Canned Meats (small sizes of Beef Stew, Hash, Chili, SPAM)

  • Crunchy (not smooth) Peanut Butter

  • Canned Beans (Baked, Black, Red, etc.)

  • Canned Fruit (Pineapple, Peaches and Pears are needed) 

  • Canned Albacore White Tuna in Water


Donations We Cannot Accept:
For safety and regulatory reasons, we cannot accept food donations that are open, homemade,
damaged, unlabeled, expired or do not reflect ingredients and expiration dates.  In addition, we cannot
accept clothing, household items and any type of medication (aspirin, cough medicine, etc.). If you
are unsure about these guidelines, please contact our Donations Manager, 781-291-3663.

Stamp Out HungeR 2023

Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Drive was a Success!

Each May the National Association of Letter Carriers has been proud to hold the Stamp Out Hunger donation drive, the nation’s largest one day donation drive. After a two year hiatus due to COVID, Letter Carriers collected food left near the mailboxes of everyone in the city. We are so grateful for the event this year because we were low on food donations.


Click here to view pictures of the 2022 drive. 


Walk for Hunger- May 2023

Help the Norwood Food Pantry Walk Team

Feed Kids and Families

The pandemic caused food insecurity to skyrocket. But even as we begin to look toward recovery, too many families are still living with the daily worry of being able to feed themselves and their children. Rising food prices are challenging many households- we need your help!

Always the first Sunday in May, Massachusetts residents come together to raise the issue of hunger and much needed funds to support solutions to hunger in Massachusetts.No one should go without a meal, yet Project Bread estimates that 1 in 5 households with children across the Commonwealth are facing hunger right now. With so many struggling during this challenging time, no one should worry about where their next meal will come from or if they'll able to feed their children. 

Will you join Captain Nick C and the Food Pantry Walk Team in an effort to help the unprecedented number of people who can't afford enough to eat due to inflation and rising food costs? Nick has created this fundraiser to provide much needed support to our neighbors facing food insecurity and hunger right now, and we are asking you to join in this cause. 

Donate Now and let's ensure kids and families have food on the table during this crisis and beyond! 

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