Holiday Food Drive

Shop online- it is safe, easy and helps deliver our "most wanted" food items

Running a food drive in a pandemic isn't easy. Supply chains are still stretched thin and it is hard to get the non-perishable items we need to fill our "Grab-n-Go bags. Volunteers go to stores each week to shop for items we need, and sometimes they must go to multiple stores just to help us get through the month.


Holiday food drives help stock our shelves for the winter, and due to the pandemic, it has been hard to organize food drives safely. Until now.

We have created a wish list on Amazon that makes it easy for anyone to safely send us the food we need to meet the increasing demand in this pandemic. Click on the link below, and you will be taken to our custom registry featuring our most wanted food items. Your donation will be sent directly to a food pantry volunteer, who will make sure your donation is stocked on our shelves that need to be filled each week to meet our demand.

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If you prefer shopping in person, click here to see our "most wanted" list.

Crushable items, such as pasta, cereal and crackers are much easier to receive as a drop box donation.  

Drop boxes are located at Stop-n-Shop and behind the church at 150 Chapel St.

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150 Chapel Street

Norwood, MA 02062


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