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                                            Building a Healthier Community Through Food Security. 

Building a Healthier Community Through Food Security. 

Formally known as the Southeastern MA Food Security Network, the Marion Institute Southcoast Food Policy Council’s mission is to connect, convene, and advocate for local food producers, consumers, and community leaders who seek policy and systems that strengthen our regional food system, improve community health, and eliminate food insecurity.

Take the Southeast MA Food Hub Survey!

This survey is part of an information gathering process to determine current supply chain and market challenges food producers and buyers face, as well as potential solutions a food hub based in Southeastern Massachusetts could provide to the community. We appreciate your participation in this research. The survey takes less than 5 minutes but the data is invaluable in helping us to shape our future efforts. Thank you for your input! – June 25, 2020 – Good Shepherd’s Table in Wareham at 20 still going strong providing food to those in need

When COVID-19 made sit-down dinners impossible, Good Shepherd’s Table switched to take-out. And it continues to provide hot dinners to folks in need via take-out every Thursday, from 4 to 5 p.m., serving well in excess of 100 meals.
READ MORE (April 9, 2020) – Community Foundation’s SouthCoast Emergency Response Fund gives out $325,000 in grants

The Marion Institute's Southcoast Food Policy Council is on the list of grant recipients.


Liz Wiley
508-748-0816 x116

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