Haven From Hunger

Skipping dinner. Eating less! Giving up food in order to pay rent. This is what thousands of people in Peabody and Salem face every day.The Haven from Hunger is the critical link between food and people. We provide food to nearly 200 people a week.Hunger impacts people in all walks of life. We reach them all – from working families to senior citizens.

Food Pantry Program: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10:30am-2:30pm; Dinner Served: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 5pm-6pm [closed weekends & Wednesday]. 71 Wallis St., Peabody


Documentary on Haven From Hunger

Peabody Access Telecommunications

Check out the amazing documentary by the Peabody Access Telecommunications that tells the story of what Haven From Hunger means to the community and how every donation helps us help those in need. The documentary will air in Peabody tonight, Sept 16th on ch 99 at 11pm, Sept 19th Thursday at 3:30pm, and Sept 20th Friday at 10am and 6pm. Please help spread the word to watch this on Ch 99 in Peabody and if you are able we would appreciate your donations to our Capital Campaign Fund. Thank-you to all that helped get our message out.


Expansion and Renovation of Haven From Hunger Building 2014

Haven From Hunger Expansion Project 2014

This Summer started with a Ground Breaking Ceremony on July 2nd and moved quickly to the expansion and renovation of 71 Wallis Street, Peabody. The purchase and move into the entire space once occupied by the Masonic Temple allows Haven From Hunger to offer a wider range of services including an improved, commercial-grade kitchen and dining hall, and expanded pantry and covered outside waiting area. With greater freezer storage, HFH will be able to accept and safely store more food donations.



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A block about finding a food donation drop off location.

HFH Capital Campaign

Fight Hunger, Feed Hope. Help us build a permanent facility to address the growing need by expanding food supply, education and community engagement. Learn more about the campaign.

240,000 People

per month eat meals from emergency food boxes. High unemployment and a tough economy forced record numbers of people to turn to emergency food last year. See more facts about hunger.