Food Resources Program
It seems more and more people throughout the South Shore are making
trade-offs between paying for food and paying for other necessities like
heat for their homes.
Given this trend of growing food insecurity and hunger, it is clear there is a dire need for more quality, nutritious food for this region’s low-income individuals and families.
In the fall of 2002, SSCAC formed the SSCAC's Food Distribution Center. The name was changed to SSCAC's Food Distribution Center in 2014, due to the move to 71 Obery Street in Plymouth. The name may be different but the goal of getting more nutritious food to more hungry people in the most cost-effective way through coordinated food pick-up, transport, storage and distribution remains the same.