Worcester County Food Bank (WCFB) is one of three Feeding America member food banks in Massachusetts.
They are dedicated to engaging, educating, and leading Worcester County, Massachusetts in creating a hunger-free community – and they do this in two ways:
First, they partner with others – food and fund donors, volunteers, business and community leaders – to provide donated food to neighbors who need it.
Last year, The Worcester County Food Bank and its network of 115 local pantries and community meal programs helped to distribute nearly 6.1 million lbs. of donated food (enough for 5.1 million meals!) to 75,000 people from all 60 cities and towns in Worcester County.
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Second, They advocate. The Worcester County Food Bank helped grow support for policies and programs that decrease hunger and increase access to healthy food. You can learn more about the Worcester County Food Bank’s advocacy here.