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Nonprofit Partners and Resources

“At Hope and Comfort, we believe that everyone has the right to feel healthy, confident, and comfortable in his or her own body. We found that personal care products are heavily requested by pantry clients who are unable to get these essential items elsewhere.”

Through the Stock the Shelves program, Hope and Comfort increases access to basic and critical personal care products in the Greater Boston community by placing these products on food pantry shelves. Every month, Hope and Comfort distributes toiletries including soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste and toothbrushes to A Place To Turn.

Last year, A Place To Turn distributed 9,000 extra personal care items due to the partnership with Hope and Comfort.

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Dignity Matters is a local nonprofit organization that collects, sorts, and supplies feminine hygiene products, bras, and underpants to women and girls who are in need, in order to help them stay healthy, regain self-confidence, and live with basic dignity. 

Through Dignity Matters’ newest program, “Dignity in the Community,” the organization now supports local food pantries. Dignity Matters is delighted to extend its program to A Place to Turn in Natick.

For more information about Dignity Matters and its mission and impact visit

Cocotree Kids is a nonprofit with a mission to improve underwear insecurity for at-risk youth in Massachusetts. By providing new underwear to every child in need for each day of the week, Cocotree Kids empowers that child’s sense of dignity and confidence, allowing them to focus on education and encouraging their path to success.

Through strategic partnerships with local nonprofits, food pantries, homeless shelters and social service organizations, Cocotree Kids distributes new underwear each month to underserved children across Massachusetts. 

For more information about Cocotree Kids’ mission and impact, please visit

Established in 2010 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Lovin’ Spoonfuls is the largest food rescue agency in New England. We serve over 50 cities and towns in Greater Boston, MetroWest, Worcester County, and Hampden County, and work with 80 vendors and over 185 nonprofit partners. We are committed to increasing awareness on topics related to wasted food and hunger, as well as working with the communities we serve to empower people to feed themselves and their families..

Lovin’ Spoonfuls is dedicated to facilitating the rescue and distribution of healthy, fresh food that would otherwise be discarded. We work to efficiently deliver this food directly to the community organizations and programs where it can have the greatest impact. Lovin’ Spoonfuls is committed to addressing the health, environmental, and economic impact that wasted food has on our community.

For more information about Lovin’ Spoonfuls mission and impact, please visit


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