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Over the years, many generous people have created purchasing programs to help feed the need. Contact us to learn about specific ways you can help, or to start a program of your own!

Fruit ‘n Granola “Grant–A-Snack” Program & Uncle Paul’s Snack Closet

The Grant-a-snack initiative was created in memory of Phil Grant, and by Matt Goldstein in memory of his Uncle Paul. This initiative provides healthy and kid-friendly snacks to Rachel’s Table partner agencies that serve children and families.

The Bernice and Joseph and Kalicka Milk Project

The Kalicka Milk Project, in honor of the anniversary of Bernice and Joseph, allows Rachel’s Table to purchase shelf-stable milk for RT partner agencies that serve children and families in need.

Daydie’s Thanksgiving Fund

In honor of the 70th birthday of Daydie Hochberg, z”l, Rachel’s Table provides turkey and fixings for its partner agencies during Thanksgiving.

ESSEN-tials: a Kosher Food Distribution Project of Rachel's Table and Jewish Family Service

In collaboration with Jewish Family Service of Western Massachusetts, Rachel’s Table provides kosher food to kashrut observant Jewish individuals and families who identify as food insecure. The food provided includes holiday staples, kosher meat, and non-perishable items.

Lily's Fresh Fruit Project

Lily’s Fresh Fruit Project provides fresh fruit during the winter to RTWM partner agencies that serve children and families. This project was established by Suze and Marc Goldman in honor of their granddaughter, Lily.

Additional and Past Purchasing Programs

Throughout Rachel’s Table’s 30 years, generous patrons and partnerships have been created to help feed Western Massachusetts. These projects and initiatives include The Birthday Cake Project, Protein Project, The Sanford and Toba Kimball Food Bank Project, and The Sanford and Toba Kimball Food Bank Project.

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