No one person or organization working alone can solve hunger. That’s why Worcester County Food Bank partners with others who share our vision for a hunger-free community. Among them…
Local Pantries, Community Meal Programs, & Shelters
WCFB distributes donated food to a network of 115 Partner Agencies – pantries, community meal programs, and shelters across the region, many of them volunteer-driven. Partner Agencies provide food directly to local individuals and families.
Locate a Partner Agency near you:
Interested in becoming a WCFB Partner Agency?
WCFB is a Feeding America member food bank. We are among hundreds of food banks across the country (and three here in Massachusetts), working with Feeding America to respond to the problem of hunger. Feeding America member food banks observe high standards for food quality and safety, share best practices, and benefit from strong support and collaboration with other food banks in the network.
Worcester Food Policy Council
WCFB is proud to have helped launch Worcester Food Policy Council, which brings together local anti-hunger, food justice, and health advocates to work on policy efforts aimed at empowering our neighbors to live more food-secure and healthy.
Community Harvest Project
A non-profit farm located in North Grafton, Community Harvest Project (CHP) engages volunteers to grow fresh fruits and vegetables that are later provided to neighbors in need. CHP is a leading contributor of fresh produce to WCFB.