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Berkshire County COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund partners have awarded 23 grants totaling $11,500 to Help the Helpers, the nonprofit professionals who consistently provided direct services to the most vulnerable populations during the pandemic.
Wild Oats Market raised $4,203.32 for the Berkshire Food Project through the market's Round Up For Change program in January.
First Congregational Church invites residents of Northern Berkshire to share the love this Valentine’s Day. For every $100 received to help a neighbor seeking hope, FCCNA will donate $25, up to the goal total of $5,000. All contributions will be divided equally between The Berkshire Food Project, Louison House and The Al Nelson Friendship Center Food Pantry.
Some are looking forward to "behaving normally for a few days" this Thanksgiving holiday, while others are keeping it low-key.
Between cooking meals and making deliveries to combat changing needs, food pantries have had their hands full during the pandemic. Following the expiration of expanded federal unemployment benefits, groups expect another surge in need.
Mark Rondeau has been named executive director of the Berkshire Food Project.
Three North Adams organizers want to start a free community fridge. There's just one problem: They need a place to plug it in.
NORTH ADAMS — Kim McMann has stepped down as executive director of the Berkshire Food Project, citing burnout and a need for new leadership, a…
NORTH ADAMS — The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic has put nearly 1 in 4 Berkshire County children at risk of hunger, but observers…
NORTH ADAMS — After the onset of the pandemic sparked a surge in unemployment last spring, food insecurity naturally followed.