About Us

About the FCCMP

northquabbin-foodathon

Volunteers transferring food during the North Quabbin Food-A-Thon

GCC pantry new fridge

Installation of a new fridge at the GCC pantry.

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Rep. Jim McGovern volunteering during Giving Tuesday 2018.

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.

Admiring the donated bowls during Empty Bowls at the People's Pint, Greenfield MA

Admiring the donated bowls during Empty Bowls at the People’s Pint, Greenfield MA

Thanks For Giving

Thanks For Giving

Volunteers at Greenfield Savings Bank

Volunteers at Greenfield Savings Bank

Our three meal sites and two food pantries are largely funded by the generosity of our community – people like YOU – neighbors helping neighbors.

Our History

FCCMP Staff

Board of Directors

Andrea Leibson

Executive Director

Marian Boyd, Greenfield President
Amy Connelly

Turners Falls Meal-Site Coordinator

Jack Golden, Leyden Vice-President
Cliff Fournier

Food Reclamation Coordinator

Susan Coan, Leyden Treasurer
Laurie MacDonald

Orange Meal-Site Coordinator

Amy Battisti, Deerfield Secretary
Evan Manning

Orange Food Pantry Coordinator

Amanda Abramson, advisor Greenfield
Tammy Newell and Shane Trudeau

Greenfield Meal-Site Coordinators

Sarah Adam, Greenfield
  Mary Bell, Bernardston
  Anna Bognolo, Deerfield
  Marlynn Clayton, Greenfield
  Caryl Connor, Greenfield
  Pam Gilmore, Conway
  Betsy Hallett, advisor, Orange
  Phyllis Jeswald, Conway
  Deb Klein, Greenfield
  Kurt Pearson, Erving
  Bob Welsh, advisor, Shelburne Falls

How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” ~ Anne Frank

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