Nonprofit Partner Spotlight, A Place to Turn: Food Donations Needed

One of our nonprofit partners A Place to Turn, an emergency food pantry in Natick, has assisted 35% more people since January–and their supplies are very low. We hope you will consider food donations or running a food drive, especially since during the summer months many donors are out of town–yet those in need still rely on the food pantry.

Thanks to a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Foundation is proud to continue supporting A Place to Turn. We are helping offset the purchase of food and staffing expenses. This funding began in April and will run through March 2023, with grants provided monthly to the organization.

A Place To Turn is committed to providing emergency food, diapers, and personal care to our neighbors in the MetroWest community. They serve those in need in an atmosphere of caring and mutual respect. For more information about A Place to Turn visit their website.

Empty pantry shelves.


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