The Easton Food Pantry Update
Since 1978, The Easton Food Pantry has been dedicated to providing food to our neighbors in times of need. As long as there are hungry people in our community,
our doors and hearts will be open to help. Bank of Easton is a proud supporter of the Easton Food Pantry.
The new hours are Monday afternoons, noon – 3:30 pm at 136 Elm Street (Easton Town Offices Lot).
What you need to know before coming to the Easton Food Pantry:
1. Call in by 5:00 pm Sunday evenings at (508) 230-0670 and leave the following info on voicemail: name, address, phone #, and the number of members in
the family. Speak slowly and clearly.
2. Clients must remain in their cars at all times. Someone will come to the car to check you in, and a volunteer will bring your bag/s to your trunk. Please make sure it is clear.
3. You must wear a mask when speaking with our volunteers.
4. Please do not line up before opening; it impedes Town Hall traffic.
If you are newly in need of food and supplies, come see us on Mondays from 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm. Please bring with you proof of Easton residency, such as a current utility bill, tax bill, etc., that has your name and address on it (driver’s licenses are not considered proof of residency). Stay in your car, and a volunteer will come to register you.
For our clients’ and volunteers’ safety, the Pantry will not open during severely cold or stormy weather. If you are in doubt, call ahead.
The Pantry is not holding food drives until the Spring of 2021. If you would like to donate NON-PERISHABLE food or supplies, we ask that you please use the bins located at Roche Bros, Shaw’s, or 50 Oliver St. PLEASE NOTE THAT WE CANNOT ACCEPT ANY PERISHABLE ITEMS OR EXPIRED FOOD. Monetary donations and local supermarket gift certificates are always much appreciated and can be mailed to:
Easton Food Pantry
136 Elm Street
Easton, MA 02356
Other business: please leave a message at (508) 230-0670 if you have questions or would like to volunteer. Messages are checked frequently to ensure the mailbox is never full.
Thank you to the people of Easton for your support!