Northland Gives Back at the GBFB Brown Bag Program
This December, several Northland employees volunteered their time at The Greater Boston Food Bank to help fill 6,958 grocery bags of food for the non-profit’s Brown Bag Program. This program helps supply seniors with nutritious grocery items such as milk, cheese, ground turkey, yogurt, spinach, carrots, dried fruit, spaghetti, peanut butter and cereal. These bags, weighing roughly 15 pounds each, will be distributed to seniors living in Lynn, MA.
1 in 5 senior citizens living in Eastern Massachusetts struggles with food insecurity. The Greater Boston Food Bank’s Brown Bag Program provides free groceries to over 8,500 seniors in need each month, ensuring they receive the nutritious food needed to stay healthy. To learn more about this program or learn how you too can help out, visit their website: https://www.gbfb.org/what-we-do/our-programs/brown-bag-program/