Introducing The Little Free Pantry
The Westborough community is passionate about helping each other. And, that is why IN YOUR SHOES, A GIVING CIRCLE is introducing the community project, The Little Free Pantry - Neighbors helping Neighbors as a way to help address hunger in Westborough.
The Little Free Pantry
is a community cupboard offering non-perishable food,
household products, and personal hygiene supplies
available to anyone in need.
located at St. Stephen's Church - parking lot -
3 John Street, Westborough
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Please help yourself. No registration required
Take what you need.
Leave what you can.
THE LITTLE FREE PANTRY IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE WESTBOROUGH FOOD PANTRY.
Based on the simple notion of neighbors helping neighbors, The Little Free Pantry is maintained by Westborough’s community - civic organizations, individual citizens, and families. It is just one more way Westborough’s giving circle continues to grow. The LFP is now open for a trial run. Take what you need. If you are interested in helping stock the LFP or learning how to become an LFP Steward, please check back in mid-August when we will have sign-up genius available for our interested volunteers. Or feel free to email us at LFPWestborough@gmail.com.
Your support and contributions will enable us to assist those in need in the Westborough community. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
WESTBOROUGH CIVIC CLUB
WESTBOROUGH WOMEN'S CLUB
We would like to thank Westborough Connects, Wegmans, Earl Storey, Brian Kane, Dave Kaiser, Boy Scout Troop 100, Westborough High School NHS, Elsie Kaye Glassworks, Dicks Sporting Goods, Arturo's Ristorante, Red Barn Coffee Roasters, Digital Credit Union, Bistro Bakery & Cafe, Westboro House of Pizza, Westborough DPW, Chief Lourie and the Westborough Police Department, Westborough Fire Department, Westborough Recreation Department, Karen Henderson & Westborough TV, Alexa McKinnon, Matt Petralia, Camden Petralia, Amelia Petralia, Neha Prasad, Steve Masciarelli, Tom Guest, John Gavin, Debbie Ledoux, Martha Convers, all the die-hard plungers, fans, and volunteers! We couldn't have done it without you.
In Your Shoes, a giving circle, is a non-profit organization working to contribute time, talents, and monetary resources to those in the Westborough community who are in need.
This year we donated 50% of the Polar Plunge proceeds to Westborough Connects.