Hunger is a racial equity issue.

The Franklin Food Pantry is committed to supporting those most in need and continue our commitment to stand against racism, hate and fear. There is much work to do and we will do our part to make sure everyone in Franklin has access to healthy food no matter their race, gender, sexual orientation, or age. 

5th Annual Empty Bowls Event to Move to Virtual Week of Giving

The Franklin High School Empty Bowls Club will host an online Week of Giving spanning Monday, June 8th – Friday, June 12, 2020. This year, there will be an online auction featuring advanced clay pieces that have been created by current and recently graduated FHS Empty Bowls Club members along with Claymark Studio based in Franklin, MA. The auction will open June 8 at 8:00 am and will run through June 12 8am. Then, any direct donation made to the pantry during the Week of Giving will receive a handmade ceramic bowl.

Hear Rose’s Story and learn how you can help

Rose is a 71 year old senior who has lived in Franklin for over eleven years. She is dependent on her monthly social security check and has had some expensive medical procedures recently. She has visited the Franklin Food Pantry off and on for the past four years. Hear her story

Franklin Food Pantry Purchases Building to Expand Services

The Franklin Food Pantry announced has purchased a building to be able to better serve its neighbors. The building formerly known as Dante’s Motors, Inc. is located on 138 East Central Street and will undergo renovations to make it into a functional and expanded Pantry.