Distribution Locations


Food Link provides fresh, nutritious food to more than 50 communities, serving people in after school-programs, programs for at-risk youth, low income housing facilities, homeless shelters, food pantries, veterans' programs, and senior centers.


Learn how we're working with partners to serve your neighbor and community.

Arlington | Attleboro | Bedford | Belmont | Boston | Cambridge | Everett | Lawrence | Lexington | Lowell | Malden | Medford | Somerville | Waltham | Winchester



  • Arlington American Legion Post 39 - a service organization that provides weekday lunch to veterans

  • Arlington Boys & Girls Club - a fun, safe, and supportive place for kids to learn and grow

  • Arlington EATS - ensures town residents have access to nutritious food in two ways: a weekly volunteer run food pantry , and food available for students year-round

  • Arlington Housing Authority Residences (Chestnut Manor, Cusack Terrace, Drake Village and Menotomy Manor) - provides direct housing for persons of low or very low income in government owned or subsidized privately owned dwellings

  • Arlington Senior Center (Health & Human Services, Minuteman Senior Services, and Council on Aging) - provides advocacy and support to help Arlington elders live dignified and independent lives

  • Caritas Communities - prevents homelessness by providing very low-income individuals with permanent housing, support, a sense of community, and expanded opportunities

  • Eliot Community Services, Young Adult Vocational Program - a transitional program that provides daily structure for young adults with psychiatric disabilities

  • Fidelity House - a non-profit community center that promotes youth development and good citizenship

  • Neighbors Eating All Together (NEAT) - a community meal that takes place the 4th Saturday of ever month for anyone in need

  • Wayside Youth & Family/STEPS - provides mental health counseling and family support services to children, young adults, and families



  • Bedford Senior Center - provides advocacy and support to help Bedford elders live dignified and independent lives





  • Emmanuel Evangelical Church - provides a Saturday evening food pantry


  • Casa Nueva Vida - family homeless shelter with a number of educational and support services



  • Douglas House - affordable, independent housing for adults with an acquired brain injury

  • Lexington Interfaith Food Pantry - food pantry for families in need from Lexington, Lincoln, and Winchester

  • Lex Eat Together - a volunteer group which provides a weekly meal in a desire to share community with those in need




  • Housing Families - provides safe, temporary shelter and quality affordable housing to homeless and at-risk families

  • Stan Kaszanek Transition House - provides long-term housing to low-income and homeless people in the Malden area





  • Chesterbrook Community Foundation - provides children and teens in public housing communities with mentoring, academic support, and enrichment in structured after-school and evening programs

  • Jewish Family and Children's Services, Marketplace - guided by Jewish values, provides support to vulnerable groups, including individuals with disabilities, new mothers, seniors with chronic conditions and those facing hunger, abuse and financial crisis