Grace Chapel Food Bank Ministry is for registered participants. Should you have any questions please call Sunny Toews, Pastor of Community Care 781-862-6499 x148
November 09, 2022

Our Foodbank is for Grace Chapel families/individuals. Our Foodbank dates are every other Wednesday from 5 - 6 pm (November 2 & 16 & 30, December 14 & 28, January 11 & 25, February 8 & 22)

Please proceed to 59 Worthen Road, South Entrance (lower parking lot) and enter the building where our FoodBank leader and volunteers will be available to help you. If this is your first time attending our FoodBank, please fill out the application form.

Masks are optional at this time. We respect the choices of our congregation and staff about wearing a mask. All decisions will be supported, and we will ask everyone in our community to be respectful of others’ individual choices. 

Health and safety are a priority here at Grace Chapel. During the course of the COVID pandemic we added new HEPA filtration systems, hands-free restroom facilities, and hand sanitizer stations, and those all remain in place even as CDC and local guidelines change regarding masks and social distancing. 

If you have any questions regarding masks or other COVID-related safety concerns, please email  . 

For more information or to apply, please contact Sunny Toews, Pastor of Care & Support

Donating to the Food Bank

The Food Bank appreciates your open hearts to help those who we serve through this ministry.  To make this successful & a blessing - there are a couple of firm guidelines that we ask that you follow when providing for this ministry.

  • Important! Please observe the expiration dates on the items you donate. If the date has passed, the item cannot be used in the Food Bank.
  • Please donate only the brands; portion size; and specified items listed The Food Bank likes to provide consistency in their offers.

 

 

Items:

 1

Ready-to-eat soup/chowder, Campbells or Progresso preferred, 18 oz size

 2

Vegetable broth cans, Swanson preferred, 15 oz size

3

Chicken broth cans, Swanson preferred, 15 oz size

4

Beef broth cans, Swanson preferred, 15 oz size

5

Baked beans, B&M or Bush's preferred, 28 oz size

6

Elbow pasta, Prince or Barilla preferred, 16 oz size

7

Rice boxes, brown or white, Minute or Uncle Bens preferred, 14 oz size

8

Pasta sauce jars, Ragu or Prego preferred, 24 oz size

9

Carrots (cans), Del Monte or name brand preferred, 15 oz size

10

Peas (cans), Del Monte or name brand preferred, 15 oz size

11

Beef Stew, Dinty Moore preferred, 24 oz size

12

Beef Chili, Hormel or Wolf preferred, 14 oz size

13

Turkey Chili, Hormel or Wolf preferred, 14 oz size

14

Vegetable Chili, Hormel or Wolf preferred, 14 oz size

15

White albacore tuna, Starkist or Bumblebee preferred, 5 oz size

16

Pears - light syrup or unsweetened, Dole or Del Monte preferred, 15 oz size

17

Mandarin oranges, light syrup or unsweetened, Dole or Del Monte preferred, 15 oz size

18

Oatmeal, 1 minute or old fashioned, Quaker preferred, 24 oz size

19

Grape jelly, Welches or Smuckers preferred, 32 oz size

20

Strawberry jelly, Welches or Smuckers preferred, 32 oz size

21

Coffee, Maxwell House or Chock Full O Nuts preferred, 30 oz size

22

Tea boxes (about 20 individual bags inside), name brand preferred

23

Hot chocolate boxes, Swiss Miss or Nestle preferred, 7 oz size

24

Oil, Wesson preferred, 48 oz size

25

Sweet snacks such as Nature Valley/Quaker granola bars, Fig Newtons, or Graham crackers

26

Salty snacks such as Triscuits, Wheat Thins, or Cheezits, 9 oz size

27

Baking mixes, name brand preferred, 15 oz size

28

Paper towels, name brand preferred

29

Facial tissue (Kleenex), name brand preferred

30

Toilet paper, name brand preferred

31

Toothbrushes, name brand preferred

32

Laundry detergent, Arm & Hammer or Aim preferred, 150 oz size

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