Welcome to
Hebron Food Pantry

We are located in the lower level of the
Centenary United Methodist Church
11 Sanford Street, Attleboro, MA

Financial support is essential for Hebron Food Pantry to serve the Greater Attleboro Area. Every donation helps us purchase fresh produce, meats, dairy, non-perishable food items and personal care items​.

Hebron Food
Pantry, Inc. (HFP) is a private,
non-profit (501c3) corporation,
formed in 1999. HFP operates
three food pantries, serving an
average of 300+ families and
individuals each week, making it
the largest food pantry in the
greater Attleboro area.

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to aid in the elimination of hunger in Greater Attleboro area. We pledge to provide those in need with nutritious food and advance independence and hope.

OUR GOALS

To provide essential nutrition and services that aid in the fight against food insecurity with dignity, respect and compassion.

We appreciate the worth and diversity of the people we serve. Maintain an approachable and welcoming environment for individuals and families to seek assistance.

Provide consistent and accommodating times for food distribution. Ensure that the quality of the food we provide is of the highest nutritional standard. Value our staff and volunteers and their commitment to our community. Create and grow relationships with community partners that provide resources to advance our mission.

The path to these goals is embedded in our long history of serving our community.

​​We value our role in the community as servant leaders and partners for social change around food insecurity.

Financial support is essential for Hebron Food Pantry to serve the Greater Attleboro Area. Every donation helps us purchase fresh produce, meats, dairy, non-perishable food items and personal care items​

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OUR HISTORY

The Hebron Village Outreach Center, Inc. (HVOC) was formed in spring of 1999, following the merger of the Hebron and Centenary United Methodist Churches in 1997. After the churches merged, members of both churches, and other interested friends from the community formed the vision of HVOC. A board of Directors was appointed, and the process of becoming a non-profit organization was initiated immediately. It began in the former Hebron Church, which was located in the Hebronville section of Attleboro with a focus on human services. In November 2006 we moved to the lower level of Centenary United Methodist Church in downtown Attleboro. In 2009 the Board made the decision to focus on hunger as our mission, and changed our name to Hebron Food Pantry, Inc. to reflect that focus. Our name maintains the history of our original location.

Board
of Directors

Heather Porreca

(President)

Chris Sweeney

(Vice President)

Carissa Phillips

(Executive Director)

Malcolm Givens, CPA

(Treasurer)

Amanda Bates

(Clerk/Secretary)

Lisa Lynch

(Financial Secretary)

General Members:

Lawerence Aldrick

Michelle Burch

Alison Issler

Suzanne LaFlamme