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SENDING WARM WISHES!

We are truly fortunate to have the support of so many individuals, families, businesses, schools and community groups. Thanks to all of you, we were able to provide all of the fixings for a wonderful holiday meal to 221 families this past week! Our sincere thanks.

WE HAD TWO VISITORS WHO TOUCHED OUR HEARTS…
Prior to the beginning of our Holiday Dinner Distribution event on Monday, a man and a woman appeared at our door. They told us that they had just distributed $1,000 to those waiting in line for their groceries – $50 for each family! We were speechless. They were overwhelmed with emotions and so were we and our clients. A beautiful example of extraordinary kindness. To the anonymous couple – our sincere thanks. You touched many, many hearts and reminded us of the true meaning of the season!

OUR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND HEALTHY HOLIDAY SEASON!  The Pantry is currently closed. We will reopen on Monday, December 27th. Our next drive-thru Pantry session is scheduled for Wednesday, December 29th from 9:00am-12:00pm.

LOTS OF SMILES!

Wilson Brothers HVAC-Pepperell. Pictured here is also Tim Last, Loaves & Fishes Food Coordinator.
Adesa Concord-Acton
Johnson Matthey-Devens

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representatives from Wilson Brothers HVAC-Pepperell, Adesa Concord-Acton and Johnson Matthey-Devens are all smiles as they collectively donated over 1,125 pounds of groceries to the Pantry recently! We are beyond grateful to all of our business partners!

 

 

WHAT DO SYNCHRONIZED SKATERS & SOCCER PLAYERS HAVE IN COMMON?

The Colonials Synchronized Skating Team

The Colonials Synchronized Skating Team and the Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association are wonderful supporters of Loaves & Fishes!

Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association. Jim Geller, a Loaves & Fishes volunteer, assisting with their donation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Both of these amazing organizations wanted to help the Pantry for Thanksgiving – and help they did! The skaters and their families donated delicious pies for our neighbors to enjoy, and the soccer players and their families collected 2,094.6 pounds of groceries! Our sincere thanks for a job well done!