"Hunger is not just an issue for the homeless or those struggling to find work. It is found among those who are underemployed, seasonal workers, veterans and the elderly. Every day, suburban families make tough choices between paying for food and paying for housing, utilities, medications or medical care, childcare, transportation and education."
The United Way of Tri-County launched its Food Security Initiative in 2011 not only to help people meet their nutritional needs, but also to ensure all individuals are better able to reach their full potential. When families achieve food security, children can concentrate during school, adults perform better at work and seniors maintain independent living. These factors all help people and communities thrive.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Precautions:
In compliance with CDC and DPH suggested guidance both the Pearl Street Café at Park In Framingham and WHEAT Community Café in Clinton will be providing hot meals to go only.
Effective Monday evening March 16th at 5:00 pm until further notice.
Our 3 food pantries in Framingham, Clinton and Marlborough will remain open as per their usual schedule. United Way of Tri-County’s commitment to feeding the hungry in our region is steadfast and can be depended on during this time of uncertainty. If you have any questions you can contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-561-5811