In a move to serve residents who otherwise have difficulty accessing its services, the Franklin Food Pantry has launched a delivery service to provide assistance where its clients live and gather.
Last month, the private, nonprofit operation began a series of weekly deliveries to three rotating locations — two at the town’s Housing Authority properties and one at the Franklin Senior Center.
“One of the reasons we looked into doing a mobile pantry is that hunger can be very isolating,” said Erin Lynch, the pantry’s executive director and lone employee. “As much as possible, we want to make sure we’re reaching neighborhoods and connecting them to the resources they need.”
You can continue reading the full article in the Globe West section of the Boston Globe edition on Thursday or online here http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/regionals/west/2014/07/30/mobile-food-pantries-hit-road-area-communities/t16S85DPe8NLxg61FBioOJ/story.html
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