Happy Spring - The Truck Is Back!

Spring has arrived, and The Truck has returned.

This new mobile pantry vehicle is a significant step forward in our efforts to ensure a dignified experience for all our guests.

We are excited for the future of our mobile pantry program as The Truck will:

  • Further our goal of providing a dignified experience for all our guests.
  • Provide a comfortable and inviting atmosphere.
  • Offer an independent shopping experience.
  • Help reduce stigma around food pantries.
  • Enable volunteers to have more positive interactions with guests, free from policing

The Truck will be available at all mobile sites by the end of the month.

Spring Schedule

From Shelf to Table

From Shelf to Table has officially SOLD OUT! Thank you to everyone who secured their tickets. We are excited to see you on April 10th.

To those who were unable to purchase a ticket, there are still opportunities available to support the event and The Salem Pantry!

Silent Auction - You don't have to attend the event to participate in the silent auction. More details to come soon!

Upcoming Events - There are still some exciting events to come, including our annual Pickleball for The Pantry tournament. Stay informed by signing up for event updates via the link below!

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Volunteer Highlight

Diane & Merrill

This month, we're highlighting two Salem residents who have been part of the community for the past 30 years: Diane, a retired physical therapist, and Merrill, a retired member of the National Park Service.

They found The Salem Pantry through their church and decided to give back by volunteering at The Market twice a week.

Thank you, Diane and Merrill!

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"I spent 15 years serving my country, now I want to serve my community" - Merrill

News & Resources

4 Ways The Salem Pantry Works With Our Local Community to Rescue Food


Here is a look at how we collaborate with local businesses to rescue over 30,000 pounds of food each month!

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Bloomin' 4 Good

The Salem Pantry has been selected as a Stop & Shop Bloomin' 4 Good Program Nonprofit Partner! 

This means the pantry will receive $1 for each specially marked $10.99 Bloomin' 4 Good bouquet sold during the month of April at:

Stop & Shop

19 Howley Street, Peabody MA

Book a Tour With Hannah Beth

Tour The Market, see the Truck up close, and take a deep look into how we serve over 3,100 families each month.

Email Development Officer Hannah Beth Hembree to book a tour today!

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