The pantry relies on food and personal care donations from the community to supplement the food we purchase from the Greater Boston Food Bank. Help us keep our shelves stocked by donating our most-needed items, which include:
pasta or rice side dishes like Knorr, Rice Roni or Near East
hearty ready to eat soups like Progresso, Campbell's or Healthy Choice
heat and serve meals such as beef stew or chili in cans or pouches
We accept food donations every Thursday from 9:30 am -1 pm. If you are not able to drop off at that time, please contact us at email@example.com or call 978-358-1077 to arrange another time.
Fundraiser at Loretta
Beginning Wednesday, March 9, and continuing the second Wednesday of every month, from 5:00 pm on, diners can enjoy Loretta’s delicious offerings—whether in the restaurant or as take-out—and a portion of the meal price will go to the Newbury Pantry.
Loretta Restaurant is located at 15 Pleasant Street, Newburyport. 978-463-0000. Many thanks to Loretta owner Ted Epstein for his support.
Donations help us to purchase food from the Greater Boston Food Bank and local stores when critical items like eggs or milk are not otherwise available. We have no paid staff and few operating expenses.
You can donate online using your PayPal account or credit card.
Mail a Donation
If you would prefer to use a check to make your donation, please make it payable to First Parish Newbury Food Pantry. Write “Food Pantry” in the memo line and mail it to:
First Parish Newbury Food Pantry
20 High Road
Newbury, MA 01951
Let Your Amazon Purchases Support Us
Through the Amazon Smile program, Amazon.com will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchases to the charitable organization of your choice.
To get started with AmazonSmile, visit smile.amazon.com and sign in with your Amazon.com credentials. Choose “First Parish Church of Newbury” and start shopping to support the food pantry. For future purchases, start at smile.amazon.com, and your browser will remember that you're supporting the Newbury Food Pantry.
Hat Sales Fundraiser
Local teen, Chris Brown, created this line of hats to spread awareness about hunger in our community. 100% of the profits will go to local pantries.
The EAT Collection of trucker hats and canvas caps features 5 different patch designs. All 16 styles are available at sandandflag.com/eat.