The Franklin High School Empty Bowls Club will hold a bowl-making event on Saturday, January 25 to help make ceramic bowls in preparation for the 5th Annual Empty Bowls Dinner on May 7.
Assist the Operations Manager with morning pickups at our local Retail Partners. This entails evaluating the product donation in terms of quality and quantity, accepting and loading boxes(anywhere from 5 to 25) of up to 50 lbs each onto the pantry truck. Unload of the donation back at the pantry and help to sort and put away product into various areas.
There is so much for us to be thankful for and celebrate this holiday season. That said, we wish we could say because of these successes, we no longer have to be here to serve our community. But, food insecurity does not go away even during the happiest times of the year
Looking for an easy way to donate to our Weekend Backpack program? Now you can purchase directly off of our Amazon Wish List. Visit the wish list and select the item(s) you’d like to purchase. Add them to your cart and select the Franklin Food Pantry to have them shipped directly to us.
The Franklin Food Pantry announced that Franklin community members, Nancy Schoen and Roberta DeBaggis Trahan have joined its Board of Directors to help reach its mission to provide immediate hunger relief and healthy sustainable solutions within the Franklin area.