One Bowl at a Time
Did you know?
- The poverty rate in Attleboro is 10%
- 12% of children in Attleboro live below poverty level
- 57,430 people in Bristol County are food insecure
- 14% of the children in Bristol County are food insecure
Food n’ Friends
This program of the Attleboro Interfaith Collaborative alleviates food insecurity and hunger in our local community.
- Daily Food Kitchens operate Monday through Saturday and served 19,000 meals throughout Attleboro, Mansfield, North Attleboro and Seekonk in 2018.
- Family Cafés faithfully served over 1,500 meals to families in 2018, operating 3 times a month. A new Family Café has been added at the Attleboro Y.
- Summer Kid’s Cafés served over 3,800 bagged lunches in 2018 to any child who needed one at 5 area parks in Attleboro, North Attleboro and Norton.
The Attleboro YMCA
Approximately 35% of the population surrounding The Downtown Branch lives below the poverty line.
- Provides healthy snacks to kids in its children’s programs.
- Provides lunch to kids in need at summer camp.
- In collaboration with Food n’ Friends operates a monthly Family Café program.
- Has 14 residents who often need food assistance.
Join us for a Community Meal on November 10, 2019 from 5 to 7 p.m. to raise money and awareness in support of fighting hunger locally.
ALL PROCEEDS from EMPTY BOWLS ATTLEBORO are dedicated to alleviating food insecurity and hunger through Food n’ Friends and The Attleboro Y.
You can buy tickets and/or make a donation by using the button below. On the Eventbrite page click on the Tickets button and there will be an option for a donation. ALL DONATIONS ARE MATCHED!