Food Bank of Western Massachusetts //The mission of The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts is to work with  our community to reduce hunger and increase food security. In  Berkshire, Franklin, Hampden, and Hampshire Counties in western  Massachusetts, approximately one in every ten people suffers from  chronic food shortages or needs emergency food assistance.

The Food Project // Our mission is to grow a thoughtful and productive community of  youth and adults from diverse backgrounds who work together to build a  sustainable food system. We produce healthy food for residents of the  city and suburbs and provide youth leadership opportunities.

Greater Boston Food Bank // The Greater Boston Food Bank's mission is to end hunger in eastern  Massachusetts. By 2013, our objective is to distribute enough food to  provide at least one meal a day to those in need.

Harvest of Hope // Our mission is to alleviate hunger with supplemental food and  emergency food assistance in the North Shore geographic area to include  the communities of Beverly, Danvers, Marblehead, Peabody, Salem and  Topsfield.

Open Pantry // Our Emergency Food Pantry and Loaves & Fishes Kitchen are two of  largest providers of food in Western Massachusetts.  Together these  programs serve over 450,000 meals annually to people who are hungry.  While the People’s Center, our clothing distribution program, served  over 3,000 individuals last year.

Mass Food Association // The Massachusetts Food Association is a non-profit trade association  for the supermarket and grocery industry in Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Local Food Collaborative // A network of consumers, farmers, and artisans focused on providing  fresh, local foods to those who seek them. Our customers buy products  from local farmers and food producers by way of an online shopping cart,  coupled with a distribution service.

Worcester County Food Bank // The Worcester County Food Bank is a collaboration of local  non-profit human and social service providers, donors from the food  industry, corporate, government, civic and private sectors, and  individual volunteers whose support and partnership is focused on  "providing relief from hunger" to friends and neighbors in Central  Massachusetts.