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Food Resources

Easton Public Schools
Grab and Go Breakfast and Lunch:

  • What: Daily Breakfast and Lunch (Mon thru Fri)
  • Who: Every child that normally qualifies for free/reduced lunch at school. However if you do not typically qualify, but your circumstances have changed and you are in need of food, please contact Mrs. Weintrob at aweintrob@easton.k12.ma.us or come to one of the Grab and Go offerings to speak with her to arrange for assistance.
  • Where: The BACK parking lot of Richardson Olmsted School (you will pull up and not need to exit your vehicle).
  • When: Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday that schools are closed beginning on March 25th from 9:00am to 11:00am.
  • Note: If you are able, please pre-register for our food ordering purposes at: https://forms.gle/n7p9dwMjjFcLhUHv9

The Easton Food Pantry (For Easton residents only) www.eastonfoodpantry.org

Distribution day are Mondays only 12:00pm- 5:00pm

136 Elm Street North Easton, MA 02356 (In basement of Town Hall)

508-230-0670

Please call ahead and leave a voicemail with your name, phone number, address, and number of people in your household. Voicemails are checked daily. They will bring the food out to your car. **You will need verification of Easton Residency (ie. Utility bill, lease, property tax bill, etc. Please note that a drivers license is not valid).

St. Vincent De Paul Society Food Pantry 141 Washington Street Taunton, MA
Food distribution Monday-Friday 9:00-11:00am by appointment only. New recipients need to call first to register. New recipients will need to bring proof of residency AND a picture ID. Please contact them directly at 508-823-6676.

My Brothers Keeper

http://www.mybrotherskeeper.org/

Contact: 508-238-4416

Weekly Food Pantry

Langwater Farm Farmstand

Will open as an outdoor, low-touch pickup of pre-ordered vegetables and fresh seafood. Pre-order your veggies on our online store and go to the front porch of the farmstand at 209 Washington St. North Easton, from 10:00am-2:00pm. Your pre-order will be packed and ready to go. If you’d like to pay for your vegetables with SNAP and/or HIP, email your order to thefarmers@langwaterfarm.com. Your order will be pre-packed and your card will be run at pickup.
Please visit their website at: https://langwaterfarm.com/ 

Jordan Brothers Seafood will also have fresh shellfish, fish, chowder and bisques available for pre-order and pickup in the Langwater Farm parking lot. To pre-order shellfish, send email to Jordanbrothersseafood@yahoo.com. Please visit their website at: http://www.jordanbrothersseafood.com/

Project Bread

Their Food Source Hotline is open from Mondays to Saturdays. Please see their contact information and services here: Project Bread

Taunton Area Community Table: They are providing Grab and Go Lunches Mondays through Thursdays (11:15am-12:30pm) regardless of residency or level of need. Taunton Area Community Table

Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency
This map shows the location of resources available to the public during COVID-19 pandemic, such as food banks, houses of worship and Project Bread site locations. Please note that this map is not inclusive of all resources and is only as accurate as the information provided to the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.
https://memamaps.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=5867d881a9324121839605c56a3d7cc9


SNAP (Food Stamps)
All Department of Transitional Assistance offices are closed to in-person visits. Clients can apply online here. Clients are urged to use the DTA Connect App to check the status of their food stamps.

The Senior Assistance Line is for seniors over the age of 60 and only receive SNAP benefits from the Department of Transitional Assistance. That number is: 833-712-8027.

SNAP Assistance Line is 877-382-2363

Please visit their website at: https://www.mass.gov/dta-covid-19-resources-and-support

Woman, Infants and Children (WIC)

WIC provides free, healthy food, infant formula, breastfeeding support, and nutrition education, as well as referrals for medical, dental, health insurance, child care, housing, and fuel assistance. The program services pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women, infants, and children under age 5.

To be eligible, families must have a nutritional need and an annual income of no more than 185% of the federal poverty level ($39,461 for a family of three). If your income have been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, you may qualify for WIC.

Nutrition program- 508-747-4933
Please visit their website:
https://www.mass.gov/orgs/women-infants-children-nutrition-program

Old Colony Elder Services can assist seniors or a person with a disability, call 508-584-1561 or visit their website: www.ocesma.org

St. Vincent De Paul (food, utilities, fuel, prescriptions)- 508-238-2235 (South Easton) and 508-238-3232 (North Easton).

Salvation Army offers emergency fuel assistance, food, clothing, prescription assistance, etc..