Wakefield Food Pantry - Americal Civic Center 467 Main Street Wakefield, MA 01880|781-245-2510
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We provide food and household necessities to Wakefield residents in need. Join us in helping our neighbors.



Tuesday and Thursday

9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.


  • Spaghetti Sauce (jarred)
  • Canned white tuna
  • Canned vegetables
  • Brand Name Cereal
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Toiletries

Click Here for Drop Off locations

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Run/Walk with us on Sunday, July 14th

7th Annual 5K Run/Walk

Date: Sunday, July 14, 2019

Start/End Location: Lake Quannapowitt, The Bandstand

Race Start Time: 8:30 a.m.

Registration Fee: $25, $15 (student), $70 (family of 4)
Note: Fees increase on race day

Register online: www.tonneson5k.racewire.com

NEW: 1/3 Mile Kids Fun Run for Kids 10 & Under at 8:10 a.m.
      Registration fee is $5 or $10 with a t-shirt.

**Free face painting and lawn games before and after the race**

Thank You To Our Sponsors:

Eastern Bank
Zampell Companies

Doble LeBranti Financial Group
D & R General Contracting, Inc.
Wakefield Cooperative Bank
AccuRounds, Inc.
Mirick O’Connell
Sentinel Benefits & Financial Group

4 v 4 Soccer Jamboree – Aug 16 – 18

Seacoast United and Wakefield Soccer Association are very excited to announce that they will co-host the first-ever 4v4 Soccer Jamboree in Wakefield this Summer to support the Wakefield Food Pantry.  Divisions are open for both youths and adults.

Registration Deadline
August 5, 2019

Fri, Aug 16

High School Boys High School Girls

Sat, Aug 17

U8/2012 Boys U10/2010 Boys U12/2008 Boys U14/2006 Boys U8/2012 Girls U10/2010 Girls U12/2008 Girls U14/2006 Girls

Sun, Aug 18

Men’s Open (18+ yrs) Men’s Over-30 yrs Men’s Over-40 Yrs Women’s Open (18+ yrs) Women’s Over-30 Yrs

WFP Spring Breakfast

The Heritage Americal Civic Center came alive on the morning of June 5, as volunteers, donors, and friends of the Wakefield Food Pantry gathered to celebrate another year of serving neighbors in need. Guests enjoyed a continental breakfast while watching a slide show featuring the daily workings of the Pantry, and were advised to check the walls for posters featuring key facts and statistics about food insecurity in general and the Pantry in particular.

Executive Director Maureen Miller thanked those who have contributed to the success of the Pantry, either by volunteering or donating and stressed the need for continued support. Board Chair Melissa Lowry offered a summary of the Food Pantry’s activities during the year,