Open Table relies on the support of hundreds of volunteers, generous individual donors, funding organizations and community partners. We deeply appreciate everyone’s belief in our mission. Thank you!
Individuals, Families, and Community Groups
Some of our most important supporters are people like YOU! Individual donors who make donations, families who drop off a bag of groceries in honor of a child’s birthday, scout troops who pack kids’ bags, or the neighborhood that sponsors a fall food drive. There are so many of these generous and thoughtful people in our community who support Open Table on a small, medium or large, but always significant level.
Open Table relies on many different funding sources.
Many thanks to the generous organizations that have made a significant investment in our work, enabling us to meet the growing number of clients who turn to us for assistance.
- Acton Chinese-American Civic Society
- The Amelia Foundation
- American Rescue Plan
- Apellis Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
- Barrett Mill Farms
- Barrett Sotheby’s International Realty
- Bent-Stone Farm
- CHNA 15
- Coldwell Banker, Concord
- Concord Academy
- Concord-Carlisle Regional High School
- Concord Public Schools
- Concord Recreation Department
- Dignity Matters
- The Discovery Museums
- Drumlin Farm
- Dunn Oil
- First Parish in Lincoln
- The Food Project
- Hanscom Air Force Base Commissary
- Holy Family Parish
- Hopkinton Country Club Charitable Foundation
- Journey Wealth Partners
- MDAR (Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources)
- MDHCD (Massachusetts Department of Housing & Community Development)
- Massachusetts EEA (Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs)
- Maynard Community Chest
- McGovern Automotive Group
- MetroWest Health Foundation
- Nashawtuc Architects
- Nashoba Brooks School
- National Charity League
- Newbury Court/New England Deaconess
- Oxfam America
- Rotary Club of Acton-Boxborough
- Saint Matthew’s United Methodist Church
- Siena Farms
- St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Sudbury
- Stop & Shop, Acton
- Trinity Episcopal Church
- Webster Family Foundation
- Welch’s Foods, Inc.
- West Concord Union Church
Thank You for Your Recent Support
Thank you to The Concord Bridge for the March 24th article shedding more light on food insecurity in our area. You can read the original article HERE or below: By Joan GeogheganThis past October, Alexandra DePalo joined Open Table as executive director. The 33-year-old Concord and Maynard-based non-profit works to…
Thank you to Rotary Club of Concord and the Rotary Club of Acton-Boxborough, and other area clubs and their supporters for their ongoing efforts to provide personal care items for Open Table guests. The two clubs recently presented our Executive Director, Alexandra DePalo, with a generous grant for the purchase…
Have you seen our current window display at 33 Main Street? The beautiful illustrations of this year's Chopped for Charity Chefs and the event logo were created by art student from Concord Carlisle High School under the direction of Visual Arts teacher Tracie Dunn. Many thanks to Tracie and the…
We are sending a special Thank You out to our friends at Kerem Shalom for their donation of 100 kids bags this week! Thank you to everyone in the Kerem Shalom community who contributed to helping us spread More Love, Less Hunger!
February is Volunteer Love month at Open Table! We couldn't provide our services without our dedicated support team of volunteers. It's our volunteers who put the Love in More Love, Less Hunger and we appreciate you this and every month! Thank you, volunteers! Stop by our 33 Main Street location…
Open Table is proud to partner with the MetroWest Health Foundation and other organizations to break down the barriers of stigma and transportation to reach the often hidden need for food in the Boston suburbs. One of those suburbs is Hudson, where Open Table currently serves an average of 170…
We are proud to partner with Emerson Health and other donors to provide diapers, menstrual care products, and incontinence products through our pantry and mobile programs. These products are not covered by public assistance programs such as SNAP or WIC and are essential to the dignity of clients. They are…
The Acton Chinese-American Civic Society gifted our clients Lunar New Year treat bags this week! We are grateful for the continued support from this local group who has made this holiday festive for our clients many times. Thank you for showing us how to spread More Love, Less Hunger!
We ended 2022 with a successful $50k Match Challenge from the Gilson Family Foundation. Thank you to all who donated towards this effort and to the Gilson Family for the matching donation! 2023 presents us with new opportunities for growth, as well as new challenges, which is why our Appeal…
Henry Dane and David Robertson representing the Rotary Club of Concord delivered over 1040 pounds of donated/rescued Food items from Stop & Shop, Acton this week. We greatly appreciate the Rotarian volunteers who help us with these types of deliveries! Thank you Rotary and Stop & Shop for helping us…
We are always thrilled to get donations from the annual Red Wagon food drive in the Nashawtuc Hill neighborhood in Concord. This year the community collected over 1225 pounds of much needed groceries! A huge thank you to the most amazing neighborhood ambassadors – Joan and Pamela – that Open…
Program managers Maureen and Jill are happy with our festive shack and our updated client ordering system from a Concord-Carlisle Community Chest grant which allows us to more efficiently schedule client grocery pick up. Smiles all around at pantry distribution!
The Gilson Family Foundation has offered us a match of $50,000 if our Appeal can raise that amount by December 31st! All donations from today will be counted towards this goal! That means your donation will go twice as far toward Feeding People Where They Are and bringing delicious, healthy food to your neighbors! We thank the Gilson Family…
We delivered 26+ banana boxes to Thoreau Elementary School in Concord and they all came back filled with food! Through outstanding generosity and hard work, the students, families, and staff of Thoreau collected 1,100lbs of food. Not only was this a large donation, but the food was sorted by category…
We are humbled by the support we received during Giving Tuesday. We were able to meet our two challenge matches of $12,000 and $10,000! Thank you to the families who stepped forward to award us these matched donations. We appreciate the faith our donors put in us to serve our…
We were thrilled to welcome WCVB Channel 5 Boston into our kitchen this morning for a glimpse into our Thanksgiving preparations! We are offering our clients a choice of either delicious, fully-prepared traditional Thanksgiving meals or a frozen turkey and all of the ingredients for a make-at-home festive meal. Some…