First Congregational Church, 1981 Ocean St Marshfield
CHARITIES- DONATIONS-FOOD (Need from or Donate to)
State House, Room 546-3
Boston, MA 02133
Big Brother Big Sister Foundation
5 Mear Rd. Holbrook MA 02343
Clothing, clothing accessories, shoes, all bedding items (no mattresses), housewares and furniture, toys, games, tools, radios and small appliances
HEIDREA FOR HEROES (H4H)
Heidrea for Heroes, Inc., was established in 2013 on the founding principles of appreciation and respect for those who serve our country in the Armed Services. To honor the many sacrifices suffered by veterans and their families, we strive to recognize their altruism by giving back with services and support to ease their transition upon return to civilian life. The resources we aim to offer have the power to improve lives for the long-term, while also providing short-term steps toward self-sufficiency, personal fulfillment, and professional development. Our service area is southeastern Massachusetts.
Marshfield Food Pantry The Marshfield Food Pantry operates out of the basement of The First Congregational Church, Parish Hall located at 1981 Ocean Street, Marshfield, Massachusetts 02050. The corner of routes 3A and 139.
MY BROTHERS KEEPER…(They will even pick-up items) http://www.mybrotherskeeper.org/furniture-donations/general-information/
Nathan Hale Veterans Outreach Center (Food pantry and FREE Clothing items)
763 State Rd, Plymouth MA 20360 (508) 224-0100
260 Center St, Middleboro MA 02346 (508) 923-0900
All items are for Veterans! Anyone can donate.If you are a Veteran in need of: Food, Clothing, clothing accessories, shoes, all bedding items (no mattresses), housewares and furniture, toys, games, tools, radios and small appliances
Scituate Etrusco Association(equipment)
Monday- Friday 10am-2pm
FREE loans of wheelchairs, walkers and other medical equip
Sowing Seeds Marshfield MA
Sowing Seeds is a non-profit network of people who share their time, ideas and special gifts to help Marshfield, Massachusetts residents in need.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) offers low-income families and individuals food assistance.
- If you are 60 or older please contact Beverly Hutchings at the Council on Aging at 978-929-6652.
- If you are under 60 years of age please contact the SNAP office at (508) 732-3100
Vietman Veterans of America
Schedule a pick up 1-800-775-8387