Hope begins with a meal…
The Lowell Transitional Living Center’s (LTLC) kitchen provides over 100,000 meals annually, serving three meals daily 365 days per year. While active community donations and the Greater Boston and Merrimack Valley Food Banks are huge assets, we rely on private donations to fund supplies, equipment repairs and replacement, and staple food items.
Meals are served to shelter residents as well as people from the Greater Lowell Community who are struggling with food security. The Community Meals Program guarantees nutritionally balanced meals to people who might otherwise skip meals and go hungry.
This is frequently over 200 individuals on any given day.
Join corporate groups like Brady People ID and Netscout, religious organizations and community groups and choose your date today! Check our calendar for availability and reach out to our development team.
Volunteer groups are an essential part of our kitchen operations. Our groups provide and serve meals, and have saved LTLC over $75,000 in 2017. That’s $75,000 that can now be used for services that end homelessness like case management, housing, healthcare, and financial management. Click here to make your gift now.
Meals served by volunteer groups in 2017 = 248 meals
Average of 20 meals a month donated and served by volunteers.
Jan: 19 meals
Feb: 19 meals
March: 23 meals
April: 22 meals
May: 22 meals
June: 22 meals
July: 18 meals
Aug: 18 meals
Sept: 18 meals
Oct: 18 meals
Nov: 26 meals
Dec: 23 meals