Young Volunteers Help Sort 3574 Pounds of Food

Young Volunteers Help Sort 3574 Pounds of Food

Making A Difference Even though the weather was cold and rainy this past Saturday, October 13, our dedicated food donors and neighborhood coordinators supplied 3574 pounds of food and personal care items to Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry. Groton fourth...

Shopping For Our October Pickup? Please Keep These Items In Mind

Shopping For Our October Pickup? Please Keep These Items In Mind

Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry has recently updated their list of most needed items. Add a few of them to your shopping list as we count down to October 13. Your contribution means so much! Reusable Cloth Grocery Bags Salad Dressings Ketchup or Mayonnaise...

Lemonade Stand Raises Money For Loaves & Fishes

Lemonade Stand Raises Money For Loaves & Fishes

"Lemonade and Cookies For Sale!" Three young friends in Groton wanted to help others in their community and with some assistance from their families they held three lemonade stands to raise money for Loaves & Fishes and to generate interest in the...

Hunger Doesn’t Take A Vacation

Hunger Doesn’t Take A Vacation

August in New England! I don’t know if it’s true everywhere, but the almost constant refrain at my office this month is “Are you going away for vacation?” And since there is a lovely vacation spot in just about every direction, it can end up in some...

Even Around Here, Hunger is a Problem

Even Around Here, Hunger is a Problem

Is YOUR neighborhood part of the solution? The Groton Neighborhood Food Project is serving over 800 local families by collecting food for Loaves & Fishes. However the need is greater than ever. Help us feed more families by becoming a Neighborhood...

Bring Your Food Donations To Groton Town Hall

Bring Your Food Donations To Groton Town Hall

The Groton Neighborhood Food Project has a handsome new collection box in Groton Town Hall. The Groton Neighborhood Food Project was started to make it easy for people to donate food to Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry. We realized that many of our...

A Brief History: From “Soup Night” to Food Project

A Brief History: From “Soup Night” to Food Project

The Groton Neighborhood Food Project began at a community “Soup Night” organized to brainstorm ideas about providing a stable, steady source of food for families in need. Four volunteers expressed interest in organizing their neighborhoods for food collection and the Groton Neighborhood Food Project was off and running.

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