The Board of Directors, at the recommendation of Franklin Food Pantry leadership, Franklin Food Pantry Building Committee, and the team of professionals hired to build out 138 East Central Street, has decided to put 138 East Central Street on the market for sale, effective immediately. We are extremely disappointed that this property no longer meets the operational needs of FFP. We are appreciative of the hundreds of hours of work spent exploring every possible avenue to successfully open the building as the Pantry’s new location. Not only have staff and our team of architects, builders, engineers, traffic consultant, legal services, and site planning experts worked tirelessly to vet potential solutions, the public also has been incredibly supportive of this endeavor. After almost 18 months of work, we concluded that while 138 East Central was a viable option for FFP pre-pandemic, Covid-19 so drastically changed our operations and programming that the property no longer allowed us to fully meet the needs of our neighbors.
The 10th annual Turkey Trot is back and will take place in person on November 26! Join us for the event of the season. The race will start at 91 Jordan Road, Franklin at 8:00 am.
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.
What is Food Elves? Food Elves is the Franklin Food Pantry’s largest fundraiser of the year and it wraps up our holiday giving season. Every December high school and middle school students earn community service hours and raise money for The Pantry. Each student works in their elementary school district and is assigned streets where… Read more »
The Franklin Food Pantry today announced three new members to its Board of Directors. Community Members Vicki Coates, Susan Dewsnap, and Chris Kilburn have joined its Board to further The Franklin Food Pantry’s mission to provide immediate hunger relief and healthy sustainable solutions within the Franklin area as well as guide The Pantry to its next stage of services.