New Release: 2016 Annual Report
In 2016, ONT provided nearly 550,000 meals to almost 3,000 people across the region - a record for the organization. Last year also marked the opening of the Jardis-Taylor Center and officially changing the face of "food pantries". None of this would be possible without the hard work and generosity of the community. Read more about all that YOU have helped achieve in the 2016 Annual Report.
2017 ONT Anniversary Fund Goal: $250,000!
There's much to celebrate as we look over the last 25 years, the nearly 10,000 people who have received food from our programs, the estimated 5 million meals provided, and the hundreds of thousands of volunteer hours served. But the truth of the matter is, 2017 will mark a pivotal change in the growth of Our Neighbors' Table. The new market at the Jardis-Taylor Center means more people can access food here and that ONT can leverage its capacity to help communities across our service region ensure all of their members are food secure. For 25 years, every year has broken the record of meals and people set the year before. And this year will be no different. With your help - and ONLY with your help - every single person who comes to our door will be welcomed and will receive the food they need. For our 25th anniversary, we need to raise $250,000 to help us provide the anticipated 800,000 meals needed in our community. Make your anniversary gift today!
Meet the newest members of the ONT team!
2017 Anti-Hunger Policy Conference in DC
Alice Tonry (left) and Betsy Melanson (right) are the newest members of the ONT staff, building the organization's development team. Betsy fills the new position of Development Manager, helping ONT to meet its annual fundraising goals and activities. Alice will managing our volunteer program as well as our grants and foundations activities. Both bring a wealth of nonprofit experience and lots of enthusiasm. Say "Hello!" the next time you're at ONT.
ONT Mobile Market Manager Tracy Kane attended the FRAC 2017 Anti-Hunger Policy Conference with our partners from the North Shore Hunger Network.
Read more about the weekend and Tracy's visit with our MA delegation on The Hill.