About the FCCMP
In March 1984, the Social Justice group at All Souls Unitarian Church wanted to start a program of free meals for the needy in Franklin County, and invited religious and social organizations to provide and serve the meals. The first meal was served in Greenfield in July 1984. Later, meal sites were also started in Turners Falls and Orange.
The Orange Food Pantry opened in 1995 to provide food and household supplies monthly to area residents with emergency needs.
The GCC Food Pantry opened in 2011 to provide food and household supplies monthly to GCC students and staff with emergency needs.
Our three meal sites and two food pantries are largely funded by the generosity of our community – people like YOU – neighbors helping neighbors.
Board of Directors
|Marian Boyd, Greenfield
Turners Falls Meal-Site Coordinator
|Susan Coan, Leyden
Food Reclamation Coordinator
|Amy Battisti, Deerfield
Orange Meal-Site Coordinator
|Sarah Adam, Greenfield|
Orange Food Pantry Coordinator
|Mary Bell, Bernardston|
|Tammy Newell and Shane Trudeau
Greenfield Meal-Site Coordinators
|Anna Bognolo, Deerfield|
|Fardeen Chowdhury, Greenfield|
|Marlynn Clayton, Greenfield|
|Caryl Connor, Greenfield|
|Pam Gilmore, Conway|
|Deb Klein, Greenfield|
|Kurt Pearson, Erving|
|Sandy Sayers, Greenfield|
|Amanda Abramson, Greenfield||Bob Welsh, Shelburne Falls|
|Jack Golden, Leyden||Phyllis Jeswald, Conway|
|Betsy Hallett, Orange|
“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” ~ Anne Frank