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Burlington Community Food Pantry
People Helping People is a non-profit, predominantly volunteer support program.
Our mission is to establish and sustain a community-wide effort to provide assistance to residents
of the town of Burlington, Massachusetts who have a need for food, medicine, heat or utilities and to provide for
holiday food baskets and gifts for children.
As a community, we strive to address the needs of those who find themselves in difficult financial
circumstances by providing them with basic needs and more importantly compassion,
understanding and support.
Address: 10 St. Marks Rd, Burlington, MA, 01803 US
Hours: Volunteers work Monday thru Thursday 9am to 2pm. Food distribution happens every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 12-1:30pm, as well as the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 6-7:30pm and the 4th Tuesday of each month from 6-7:30pm.
- Jane Mcininch
- Distributes fresh fruits and vegetables
- Sources fresh food from local/regional farms
- Sources fresh foods from local/regional farms
- Suburban / Peri-urban
- Formerly Incarcerated
- People of color
- Pregnant Women
- Working poor / Low-income
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