Food Pantries

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Our food pantries provide food for over 700 families every week- and over 500,000 meals last year. 47% of those served are children under the age of 18 and 16% are elders. ABOUT OUR PANTRIES: Neighbors in Need operates eight food pantries strategically located throughout the neighborhoods of Lawrence and Methuen. Two additional Elder pantries provide food weekly for the residents of two low-income elder housing clusters in the North Common Area, identified by the federal government as being especially in need of services. We operate two mobile pantries in partnership with Windsor House (a rooming house) and the Department of Mental Health we provide food for 21 disabled homebound residents; and with the YWCA Fina House we provide 26 teen mothers and families with a history of domestic violence. Food is available to all who request it without judgment or needs assessment at the following times and locations:

Tuesday 8:30-9:30 am So. Congregational/Iglesia Adventista Del Septimo Dia Jerusalen 198 South Broadway, Lawrence (map)

Tuesday 10-11 am Christ United Methodist Church 207 Haverhill Street, Lawrence (map)

Tuesday 5:30-6:30 pm Methuen Public School Family Resource Center 10 Ditson Place, Methuen (map)

Wednesday 8:30-9:30 am Ministerio Apostolico Jesucristo es el Senor 96 East Haverhill Street, Lawrence (map)

Wednesday 10-11 am Methuen Arlington Neighborhood, Inc 141 Tenney Street, Methuen (map)

Thursday 8:30-9:30 am Inglesia Adventista Del Septimo Dia 297 S. Union St. Lawrence (map)

 Thursday 10-11 am Boys and Girls Club 136 Water Street, Lawrence(map)

Friday 8:30-9:30 am Third Baptist Church 22 Warren Street, Lawrence (map)

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