What We Do
The Worcester County Food Bank collects,
inspects, and stores donated food and grocery product and
distributes it through a network of 145 partner agencies to help feed hungry people living in
60 cities and towns in Central Massachusetts.
The Food Bank serves as an advocate for agencies providing
hunger-relief services. The Food Bank also offers resources such
as nutrition education and safe food handling and maintenance information.
In addition to food acquisition and distribution, the
Worcester County Food Bank provides the following programs:
Second Serving Food Rescue Program
This program rescues prepared and perishable foods from local restaurants,
supermarkets, and farms and delivers directly by refrigerated truck to local
shelters and meals programs.
If you'd like to know more about the Second Serving Program, or how you can
become a donor/partner, please contact us.