Community Organizations

This page provides information on community organizations that provide resources to help better serve those seeking food assistance.  Please contact Nancy Goss  Member Agency Coordinator at ngoss@mvfb.org if you have any questions.

Community Organizations – Important Links

NPA logoThe Mission of The Non Profit Alliance of Greater Lowell is to build collaboration that strengthens the influence and impact of community-based organizations through sharing resources and advancing excellence in administration.

 

GLCF logoGreater Lowell Community Foundation has focused on improving the quality of life for the people in the communities they serve. Today, they are the leading philanthropic organization in the Greater Lowell/Merrimack Valley area providing leadership, education and financial support through their vast donor network to address a wide range of regional needs for charities, community groups and area students through academic scholarships and charitable foundations.

NSHN logoNorth Shore Hunger Network – The North Shore Hunger Network (NSHN) is a coalition of hunger-relief organizations dedicated to maximizing resources to the efforts of building food security.  Visit them at NSHN Facebook  MARK YOUR CALENDARS upcoming meetings are as follows:  Friday March 28th at 3pm, Friday May 23rd at 4pm and Friday September 26th at 12:30pm (Location TBD).

ECCF LogoEssex County Hunger Relief Project – The goal of the Essex County Hunger Relief Project is to help hunger organizations in Essex County get the supplies, funding and help they need to meet the rising need for services and to provide a directory of food resources by town for people in need to find food assistance in Essex County, MA.

 

PB logoProject Bread – The Walk for Hunger – As the only statewide anti-hunger organization, they listen and learn, identify needs and opportunities, and connect people, resources, and programs—in ways both tried and new.