Hours of Operation
The Westford Food Pantry is open WEDNESDAY 6-8PM AND FRIDAY 9-11AM.
1) You can donate UNEXPIRED, NON-PERISHABLE food items IN UNOPENED ORIGINAL PACKAGING. We cannot accept bread, fruit, baked goods or other perishables. Our most needed items are listed below. Donations can be dropped off at the Cameron Senior Center, 20 Pleasant St, Westford, Monday through Friday, 9 AM - 3 PM. Donations can also be dropped on Wednesday evenings from 6 PM to 7:30 PM
Donations can also be made at the collection boxes at Market Basket, Roudenbush Community Center, and the Village at Stone Ridge. We sincerely thank you for all your support! We couldn't do it without you!
2) You can make a cash donation directly on our website using the DONATE NOW button. Cash donations of any amount (in lieu of gift cards) allow our organization to buy much needed supplies directly from the suppliers. Often, we are able to purchase this food in large quantities at reduced prices. We are also able to use these funds to buy fresh meats, eggs, cheese and produce (Items we are not allowed to collect).
(Progresso, Campbells Chunky, Healthy Choice)
JELLO & PUDDING
FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCTS
**TOILET PAPER IS ALWAYS IN HIGH DEMAND**
Together we can help struggling families facing financial hardship.
The Westford Food Pantry is seeking cash donations to provide assistance to families in need.
TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS
can be made here on our website
through our PayPal DONATE button at the top of the page.
OR BY MAIL:
Checks Payable to: Westford Food Pantry
Mail to: Westford Food Pantry
20 Pleasant Street
Westford, MA 01886
Each month we serve over 250 local families and give out over 400 bags of groceries, personal care products and household items to those in need in our community. We are generously supported by The Cameron Senior Center, schools, businesses, civic organizations and by generous individuals who give both time and monetary donations and food donations. We could not be successful without the generous support of our community!
Volunteers and donors support many necessary roles within our organization to help those in need in our community.
The generosity of our community is what enables our food pantry to serve so many families in need in our community. We appreciate and welcome the help of our generous neighbors.
To maintain the confidentiality of our clients, volunteers must be 18 years of age and have completed high school to work in the pantry. Younger volunteers are welcome to support the pantry through food drives and fund raisers.
If you are interested in volunteering for the food pantry please fill out our contact form here.