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Food Resources during the COVID-19 Emergency

HOME DELIVERED MEALS

  • Home Delivered Meals (aka Meals on Wheels)

    Visit North Shore Elder Services to learn more about their Nutrition Program. If you would like to apply to receive Home Delivered Meals or, if you are already receiving meals and have questions or concerns contact the NSES Nutrition Program at 978-750-4540.

  • Brown Bag Lunches are available for Delivery

If you would like to receive a prepared lunch from the Danvers High School Cafeteria, please email [email protected], or call Cheryl at (978) 882-2118, by 9:00 am each day with your name, address, number of family members and lunch(s) of choice. Danvers High School Staff and volunteers will deliver to your home and leave on your doorstep.

The following choices will be available:

    1. Turkey and cheese
    2. Ham and cheese
    3. Tuna salad
    4. Salad

Lunches will also remain available for pickup between 11am and 1pm, Monday through Friday.

  • SUPINO’S Buy One Get One

SUPINO’S Restaurant is OPEN for TAKEOUT and DELIVERY!  Order online or call (978) 774-0707. When you buy one of their BOGO specials on Sunday-Thursday, you can choose to GIVE the FREE ONE to elderly shut-in. If you are a senior, who could use a free meal from Supino’s, call the senior center at (978) 762-0208 and leave a message.


GROCERIES 

  • Danvers People to People Food Pantry

The Pantry is making deliveries to as many people we can on Thursday mornings between 9 – noon. If you get groceries  one week, you are not guaranteed to get them the next week, because it depends on how many volunteers are available. It is important that the recipient is home when we deliver. Food will not be left without someone answering the door or phone call. Groceries will be left on the doorstep (volunteers are wearing gloves and masks).

To request a delivery, call the Pantry at 978-739-4188 and leave a message with the following information:

1. NAME
2. ADDRESS
3. PHONE NUMBER and
4.  Meat preference for HAMBURGER or CHICKEN.
  • The Commodity Supplement Food Program (CSFP)

The CSFP is a monthly grocery distribution program for income qualifying residents over age 60 in the Danvers area.  The program runs on the first Monday of each month out of the Danvers Senior Center with food brought from the Greater Boston Food Bank. To learn more visit our Frequently Asked Questions page about the CSFP.


SNAP (Food Stamps)

SNAP and Cash Benefits During COVID-19 (Department of Transitional Assistance)

COVID-19 and Extra Emergency SNAP Benefits: What You Need to Know (Mass Legal Services)

Apply for SNAP benefits Online at DTAConnect.com or call Project Bread at 1-800-645-8333


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