Food resources in Nashua

If you or someone you know is in a food-insecure population, or is having difficulty attaining food for themselves or their family due to illness, incapacity or financial challenges, please keep the following resources in mind.
We will update as often as new information is revealed.

Updated as of 11:15 am Tuesday, March 24.

 

If you are part of an organization or business that can offer food assistance and would like to share information, please email Great American Downtown Marketing Coordinator Kathleen Palmer at kathleen@downtownnashua.org.

Click the images below to enlarge, for current information on community food resources:

lengua española: Haga clic en las imágenes a continuación para ampliar, para obtener información actualizada sobre los recursos alimentarios de la comunidad:

idioma portugues: Clique nas imagens abaixo para ampliar, para obter informações atuais sobre os recursos alimentares da comunidade:
Lugha ya kiswahili: Bonyeza picha hapa chini ili kupanua, kwa habari ya sasa juu ya rasilimali za chakula cha jamii: 

Volunteers are needed!

Healthy? There is a need for volunteers to distribute food.

For school meals and produce distribution, visit
http://www.volunteergreaternashua.org/need/detail/?need_id=507877

For Meals on Wheels to distribute two weeks’ worth of food to people in need, visit
https://www.mealsonwheelsnh.org/get-involved

COVID-19 resources, info and links via the office of the Mayor:

Nashua Division of Public Health & Community Services – Have health-related questions regarding COVID-19? Call 589-3456 seven days a week from 8 am–9 pm. 

NH DMV – Will start transition to appointment-only interactions as of Monday, 3/23. Read more here.

More updates as they come in. You can also follow the City of Nashua’s Facebook page directly.