We have several opportunities for you this Walk Season to learn more about the Walk for Hunger and become more involved in the work supported by the Walk.
Sign up to volunteer at an organization directly funded by the Walk, or come to a Walk Talk to get more information on the history and impact of this event and how to become a more engaged and successful fundraiser or Team Captain.
More than 300 community food programs in Massachusetts are supported by the money that people like you are raising through this year's Walk for Hunger.
This year we are offering several volunteer days for Walk participants to engage directly with programs supported by the Walk, and gain a deeper understanding to why the funds you are raising are so critical to ensuring that people in our state have access to healthy food.
Spaces are limited, so sign up early if you would like to volunteer–we hope you will join us!
My Brother's Table is the North Shore's largest soup kitchen and has been a place where all people are welcome to gather and share a meal for 33 years. Everyone is welcome at My Brother's Table, whether they are homeless, lonely, poor, or simply have a need for companionship and kindness and they serve two meals a day, 365 days a year. The grant money they receive through the Walk for Hunger helps them put healthy meals on the table for their guests through their medical meals program. Medical meals offer their guests the opportunity to select a healthier option that is lower in carbohydres, higher in vegetables, and use leaner protein.
Volunteer to help with dinner service. You will help serve the meal, wait on tables, speak with guests, clean up, and generally lend a hand in the kitchen.
If you have any questions about any upcoming volunteer opportunities, call the Volunteer Hotline at 617-239-2523 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come join the Project Bread staff to learn about the historic Walk for Hunger. There will be a presentation on the history of the Walk, the incredible impact of your fundraising, and fundraising strategies. There will also be plenty of time for you to ask questions, register for the Walk, and meet other members of your community! This is a great opportunity to learn more about an event that has been a staple of Boston for 49 years. There will be three Walk Talks in three different locations: Watertown (past), Brookline, and Malden. Spaces are limited, so be sure to reserve your spot.
Accessible by T (green line C line to Coolidge Corner stop, 66 bus, or 65 bus). Parking: metered street parking, a few parking spaces under the building in the rear. Closest public lot is on John St. two blocks away.
Validated parking available at Central Business Garage at the corner of Middlesex and Centre St. across the street from Walgreens on Route 60. Limited street parking is available outside of the library. T accessible by orange line to Malden Center Station.
If you have any questions about Walk Talks, call 617-723-5000 or email email@example.com.