Thank you for visiting our webpage to learn more about the Cupboard of Kindness food pantry. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing food relief to families residing in Norton, Massachusetts. We are located in an old garage attached to the right of Norton Town Hall at 70 East Main St. We distribute food on the first and third Mondays of the month from 4:30-6:30 PM.
Watch a short video created by Wheaton College students to give you some background information on what the Cupboard of Kindness food pantry is all about.
The Cupboard of Kindness was established in 2001 in Norton when the Norton Police Department graciously donated a garage that was no longer in use. We are located right next to Norton's Town Hall across from the town's filtered water machine. We currently serve 30-60 families at our twice-monthly distributions with the help of our loyal volunteers.
Our mission as a non-profit organization is to serve the residents of Norton, MA who need food relief. We provide non-perishable food items, personal care items, and health aids at no cost. We provide a positive atmosphere and guide our recipients to area resources to facilitate self-sufficiency. The pantry will collaborate with the town of Norton, MA on an ongoing basis, seeking volunteers and resources for the support of our operations.