Forward Together: Seacoast Regional Food Hub
More than 27 food access organizations across the Lower Merrimac Valley have now joined the conversation to shape the Seacoast Regional Food Hub and the critical infrastructure it will provide.
With more than 32,000 individuals living in food insecure households, creating immediate and sufficient access to free food is critical. There are already more than 30 food champions providing food access across the region. While the work to solve the problem is there, the network lacks the proper tools to serve all in need and to provide them with the amount of food to close their Meal Gap.
The Seacoast Food Hub, located at 114 Bridge Road, Salisbury, will increase infrastructure, promote collaboration, and lead to a food secure region.
The 24,000 square foot facility will provide:
Thank you to SEED Investors for investing $2,000,000 to date:
Greater Boston Food Bank
Institution For Savings
Ward Cromer Charitable Trust
Burch Ives Family Foundation
Nathaniel and Elizabeth P. Stevens Foundation
Newburyport Bank Foundation
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Edward & Winifred Moseley Foundation
Rogers Family Foundation
Doug and Tara Moran
Marie van Luling
Eve Davis Lee
Agnes M. Lindsey Trust
What people are saying...
"A hub closer to our area would a great help to us
and those we serve. Our numbers keep growing
each week as the need in our area is great"
-Burch Ives Charitable Family Fund
"Congratulations on achieving a critical step on your strategic pathway to regional food security by 2029. It as evident from your presentation that not only was your strategy well thought out, but the tactics and deliverables were also well presented."
-Bill Lapierre of Sacred Hearts Food Pantry