Tag Archives: Home Delivery

What we’re up to: Fall 2016 edition

Our programs keep growing: Home Delivery: We are proud to have expanded to serve everyone who had been on our waiting list! Through some creative collaboration with our partners, Homeowners Rehabilitation, Inc., we’re now able to deliver Home Delivery boxes more … Continue reading

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Meet Krissy and Fiona!

We’re overdue for an introductory post about Krissy Scommegna and Fiona Crimmins! Krissy’s been part-time with us for a year, and Fiona, a former volunteer, just joined us as a fulltime staff member in August. They’re fabulous people, so please enjoy … Continue reading

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What’s going on around here? (Spring 2016 edition)

New food donors: Google has joined us as a Prepared Foods partner, and we’re now picking up surplus meals from their Kendall Square office’s storied dining area. Chipotle in Central Square is now contributing surplus Prepared Foods. Trader Joe’s in Needham … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Food For Free family, Cambridge Weekend Backpack Program!

In two days, many of us will lay out a Thanksgiving feast and welcome family, friends, and chosen family into our homes. Well, here at Food For Free, we’re excited to welcome a new “family member” to our table: Food … Continue reading

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What’s going on around here? (Winter 2015 edition)

Since our last update, we’ve been busy. What are we up to? Thanking you! In case you ever wonder whether your end-of-year donation makes a difference……this year’s holiday/year-end donors gave a whopping 15% of our annual budget, with 350 donors contributing a remarkable $88,000 through donations large and … Continue reading

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Twice as nice: Food For Free’s Home Delivery program doubles its efforts

This post is written by Rayna Jhaveri. What’s better than one box of fresh, nutritious food delivered to your doorstep? Why, TWO, of course—especially when you rely on it to feed you through the month. Our big news in Q1 … Continue reading

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What’s going on around here? (Winter 2014 edition)

We are always looking to improve our systems and programs in order to do more. In the last few months, we have: Expanded Home Delivery: Possibly the most exciting change this winter is the expansion of our Home Delivery program, which … Continue reading

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Three Squares New England Ride for Food September 15

What is it? A bike ride to raise money for food programs in several Greater Boston communities—including Food For Free. The ride consists of a 12, 25, or 50 mile course beginning and ending at the Noble and Greenough School … Continue reading

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Food For Free in 3.5 minutes

I’ve now been with Food For Free almost 10 months. I’ve learned many things about the organization in that time. I’ve seen firsthand how generous our food donors can be, how grateful the food programs we serve are when they … Continue reading

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Photos from our First Home Delivery with Boston Organics

Thanks to a new partnership with Boston Organics, we’re expanding Home Delivery to serve more clients! Pineapples waiting to be packed January Home Delivey boxes almost filled A packed Home Delivery box–40 pounds of delicious food plus a recipe Taking … Continue reading

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