Volunteer and Donation Opportunities and Resources

COVID-19: Hunger & Food Resources for Households

hunger & food resources

  • Project Bread is working with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and many schools and community partners to provide families with access to school meals while schools are closed
  • Foodsource Hotline 1-800-645-8333
  • Support by donating to Project Breads’ Rapid Hunger Response to COVID-19

 

How to Find Help and Access Resources

List of community resources for those impacted by COVID-19

Where to access food if you need it
Financial Resources for Artists & Creators
  • Boston Music Maker Relief Fun
  • The Actors and Creator Funds
Funds and resources for Local Businesses
  • Tool created for Boston’s restaurants to share what’s open and restaurants are encouraged to register online if they are still open for delivery and take-out
Resources for Communities and Families
  • Many community foundations are asking for donations to support vulnerable populations affected by the outbreak
Resources for Students
  • Free WiFi for households without internet access
  • Access to free textbooks
Social Care
  • Free or reduced cost services, like housing, food and other goods
  • Online support groups
Resources for Veterans and Military Community
  • Mass Veteran Benefit Calculator: helps low-income veterans determine if they are eligible for state financial benefits
Resources for Older Adults & High-Risk Adults
  • List of grocery stores with special hours
  • Offering “grab and go” meals throughout the Greater Boston area

Boston Resiliency Fund

  • Coordinate fundraising and philanthropic efforts to provide essential services to Boston residents whose health and well-being are most immediately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic provide
  • Learn about the grants that have been awarded to date
  • How to submit an interest form to be considered for a grant
  • How to make a Donation