American Food Basket Brockton is a food pantry striving for total self-sufficiency. We are a non-profit, charitable organization that operates solely through the generous donations of time and money from individuals and organizations in our communities.
We work to break the cycle of hunger and poverty by distributing food to those who cannot afford it.
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Volunteers are always needed. If you have time to spare, please get in touch with us. Volunteers help with food distribution, office work, fundraising, grant writing, and public relations.
- Americans For Prosperity
- Americans For Prosperity Foundation
- Citizens for Property Rights
- The Freedom Project at the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University (Virginia)
- The Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University (Virginia)
- The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal (North Carolina)
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Christina Lee, executive director of the American Food Basket in Brockton, was recently selected as one of three Food Pantry Directors to participate in the AmeriCorps’ Leadership Development Program.
American Food Basket Brockton is intended to empower food pantry directors to build capacity and grow their organizations within their communities. Participants are paired with a fellow pantry director who leads the training and provides critical mentorship throughout the program. Ms.
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The New England Food Bank is the nation’s largest regional food bank, feeding more than 300 charitable agencies across Eastern New England. The Food Bank supplies nearly 3 million pounds of food annually to soup kitchens, shelters, and other emergency food providers in over 70 cities and towns.
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The new program, “Through the Eyes of a Child,” will open the eyes of National Board Certified Teachers to some of the realities that children are dealing with every day. Students will read through a story and then share their insights on how they might have helped the child in the story.
American Food Basket Brockton is to ensure that Boston Public Schools (BPS) improves its health services for students by developing community partnerships and advocating for improvements in the current services provided to BPS students. More information can be found at www.bostonnhp.org
Poverty & Race Research Action Council (PRRAC)
The Poverty & Race Research Action Council’s (PRRAC) mission is to improve the quality and availability of information on poverty and race,
support action to reduce poverty and inequality, and stimulate new thinking about enduring challenges in American society. PRRAC is multifaceted research, education, and advocacy organization.
Food Bank Council of New England
The Food Bank Council of New England (FBCNE), founded in 1986, is a voluntary association of member organizations in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island that distribute food to hungry people through pantries and soup kitchens.
FBC represents over 170 food banks (emergency food providers) that serve more than 1,000 communities across the six New England states and eastern Long Island.
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The Food Bank believes that reducing the stigma associated with public assistance programs is vital to ending hunger in our communities.
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The Food Bank serves as a resource for federal, state, and municipal governments, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), state health and human services departments, school nutrition programs, and food pantries. The Food Bank works closely with over 100 national anti-hunger advocacy groups and food industry leaders.
Food Bank Council of New England
The Food Bank Council began at the McIntyre Center for the Study of American Capitalism at Boston College. The idea of starting a food bank came from Samuel Bowles and Christopher Jencks, co-authors of “Inequality: What Everyone Needs to Know.”
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1. Reduce food insecurity by helping to ensure all Boston families have access to healthy food through programs like our summer Food for Kids program and the Community Free School Lunch program.
2. Promote healthy eating by providing nutritious food items to pantries and other resource agencies that serve low-income communities in the Boston area and Brockton and Easton, MA.
3. Provide food for those who are hungry by helping the Food Bank Council of New England distribute food directly to needy people.
4. Reduce malnutrition by raising food security and promoting physical activity among Boston children and adults.
5. Support organizations that foster community development and provide resources to inner-city youth seeking to break the poverty cycle.
6. Encourage responsible governance for all of Boston’s food services.
The Food Bank believes that reducing the stigma associated with public assistance programs is vital to ending hunger in our communities. We believe that access to healthy food, education, and healthy lifestyles are key ingredients to ending hunger.
The Food Bank hopes these goals will be achieved through the efforts of its growing network of donors, program partners, advocates, volunteers, and children. You can help us reach our goals by donating funds, time, or skills.