COVID-19 Food Resource Guide

Blog / COVID-19 Food Resource Guide

Boston area organizations have mobilized quickly in response to COVID shutdowns. There are a variety of food and meal pick-up options depending on the needs of your household.  

Project Bread Food Source Hotlinecontinues to have the most up-to-date information on food resources, including new school sites, food pantries, and federal programs. They can also help callers with SNAP applications over the phone. 

FoodSource Hotline: 800-645-8333 – TTY 1-800-377-1292


8am-7pm, Monday-Friday

10am-2pm on Saturdays  

The Greater Boston Food Bank – has released a list of state-wide food resources for COVID-19 hunger relief including school meal sites, pantry locations, and support on signing up for SNAP. 

Meal Pick-up Sites [Boston children and teens only] -The City of Boston will provide free meals to all children and teens at various locations and times across the City.

Ethos Meals on Wheels [For older adults] – Ethos offers a number of programs and services to assist older adults through this crisis including Meals on Wheels and Community Cafes for grab & go meals.


Blog / COVID-19 Food Resource Guide

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