More about Bridgewater Food Pantry
The Food Pantry, which made its home in the Bridgewater Congregational Church parish house in January 2010, is available to all residents of Bridgewater. Reverend Peter Hammond and his wife, Kimberly Gellatly, direct operations for the Food Pantry on a volunteer basis. “No proof of need is required. We’re open weekday mornings and often into the afternoon,” explains Ms. Gellatly. “If a resident is unable to come in the mornings, we will also be happy to open up at a time more convenient for them. We believe there are more people in town that might need a little help and we welcome them. Confidentiality is guaranteed. If someone isn’t able to drive to the church office, we will deliver. Donors and shoppers alike can call us at the church office with questions or to make arrangements to visit.
Donations to the Food Pantry are welcomed at the Parish House, at Bridgewater Town Hall, and at the Burnham Library.
Information about Collection/Donation bags available HERE
Questions about the Food Pantry should be directed to Kim Gellatly (860-354-8283).