Thank You Turkey Trot 2022 Sponsors & Participants!

The 11th annual Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving 2022 was an incredible morning. More than 700 people signed up to run for the Franklin Food Pantry. Breakfast was served, turkey hats were worn and raffle prizes were won! Thank you to all of our Turkey Trot sponsors and runners for making this day special and supporting… Read more »



Franklin Food Pantry Voted Best Place To Volunteer

MyFM’s Quest for the Best contest is a community driven voting contest to discover the best businesses in the Milford, MA area.  The Pantry won a Gold Medal for Best Place To Volunteer!  Click here to learn more!



Become a GEM!

By becoming a GEM and making a monthly commitment to the Pantry you will make a long-term impact, help sustain our programs and reduce our administrative costs so that more of your money goes right to our mission: fighting food insecurity in our community.



Franklin Food Pantry Releases Client Needs Assessment  

The Franklin Food Pantry released its Client Needs Assessment, a comprehensive overview of food insecurity in the Franklin community with recommendations to address the crisis. In 2021 and early 2022, the Franklin Food Pantry reviewed expert literature on food insecurity, conducted research among its current neighbors, interviewed community partners and assessed third-party data sources.



Franklin Food Pantry Awarded Community Investment Grant from The Greater Boston Food Bank

The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB), the largest hunger-relief organization in New England, awarded $13,831 to Franklin Food Pantry of Franklin to support its ability to combat hunger in the area, bolstering GBFB’s network of food agencies and advancing hunger-relief efforts across Eastern Massachusetts in response to an increased need for food in the state.



Franklin Food Pantry Adds Two New Board Members 

The Franklin Food Pantry announced two new members to its Board of Directors. Community Members Rachel Flum and Judith Perez have joined the FFP Board to further its mission to provide immediate hunger relief and healthy sustainable solutions to neighbors within the Franklin area. Additionally, Board members will guide The Pantry’s evolution of programming and services as it plans its relocation to 341 W Central St. Franklin, MA. Board member Chris Kilburn will now serve as Chairperson. Former Interim Chair, Jim Roche will continue to serve as Treasurer, and Suzanne Gendreau will continue her role as Clerk.