Category: food resources

Food Revolution Petition Update

This message contains graphics. If you do not see the graphics, click here to view. Hello Food Revolutionary! We have some exciting news to share with you. As a signatory of Jamie Oliver’s first Food Revolution petition, we wanted to reach out and update you on this petition and Food Revolution Day 2015. AN INCREDIBLE… Read more »

Resources available for those providing elderly care

The MA Gov blog shares lots of helpful info. A recent post covers caring for elders. According to the National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC), more than 65 million Americans act as unpaid caregivers for a family member, and the average age of an adult who receives assistance is 69 years old. The Executive Office of Elder Affairs… Read more »

Inequality for all

Robert Reich and Jon Stewart discuss “Inequality for all” in this video clip (7 mins) The Daily Show with Jon StewartGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,The Daily Show on Facebook For the opening dates of the Inequality for All movie visit their webpage For additional facts and figures behind the issue we all face, visit… Read more »

“I’m a college graduate who had to go on food stamps”

The past year since I left graduate school has pretty much been: job application, job application, job application, interview, rejection, another job application, temp work, job application, another temp job, more job applications. For nearly eight months, I was unable to secure opportunities that weren’t sporadic or temporary, making it difficult to pay rent and… Read more »

“a good way to do it”

The Franklin Food Pantry is not the only one to benefit from local gardens. The Milford Daily News reports on a garden that Raytheon employees care for that serves the Marlborough Food Pantry. While making their thrice-weekly trip to the Marlborough Food Pantry to deliver lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers, Raytheon employees Gretel Anspach and Don… Read more »