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We strive to be contributing members of our community and to give back at every chance we get. Throughout the year, we organize 365Z volunteers to support efforts that help eliminate food insecurity in our community. 

Our December Holiday Food Basket activities have expanded to year-round efforts to donate supplies to the many too-burdened and much-needed food pantries in Central Mass.

December 15, 2022:  What an amazing night!  We assembled ⭐️3️⃣0️⃣0️⃣⭐️ holiday turkey meals! THREE HUNDRED‼️ That means 300 families in need will have a wonderful holiday meal with all of the fixings. We could not have done this without the support of Goretti’s market, in addition to all of our volunteers, and people who have donated to 365Z to make this possible. Thank you to Immaculate Conception church for letting us use the Connor Hall for our assembly. It takes a village and we are grateful for ours! 🎄🎄💫🥰💜💙

Just another day filling a food pantry! This car load is off to the Immaculate Conception Food Pantry 🚀🥰💙🤍💜


October 2, 2023:  "A big THANK YOU to Rosemary Ford and The 365Z Foundation for your donation to our food pantry Flourish today! Community helping Community!" - Thrive Support & Advocacy


October 3, 2023:  "Big thanks to The 365Z Foundation for donating this food to our pantry yesterday!" - Pernet Family Health Service

February 6, 2024: The food train keeps moving! Here we made a food delivery to the Immaculate Conception food pantry and Rosemary had help from our new intern Kate!🥰💙💜

April 18: Big shout out to Valentina Vega spending her school vacation helping others.  She and her mom Denise shopped and dropped off items at the Canton Food Pantry.  Valentina is also now going to be a volunteer stocking shelves at the food pantry as well! Good job Valentina! Thank you for being so kind and sharing your story with us 💜💙☺️

May 1: 365Z in action supporting the Webster Dudley Food Share with a much needed donation of diapers, juice, cereal, coffee and oil. We are so glad we can be of help during these very difficult times of food insecurity.  

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