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




Food Link, Inc.     781 819 4225      info@foodlinkma.org

Operations Address:  888 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, MA 02476

Mailing Address (for donations): 17 Brattle Street, Suite 17 Arlington, MA 02476

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