How We Work

Community Partnerships

It takes a city.

Our gateway city is home to more than 105,000 residents.  According to the 2020 US Census nearly 15% of our community members are living in poverty. This means that there are more than 16,000 members of our community in need of help and resources. Needs vary from household to household and we understand the importance of working with human service organizations within our community to improve the health and well-being of our neighbors.

The task at hand is far too great for any one agency to handle alone. 

We collaborate with The City of Brockton, Brockton Public Schools, The Brockton Housing Authority and local human service organizations such as Family and Community Resources, Inc., Catholic Charities South, Salvation Army of Brockton, Boys & Girls Club of Metro South, Massasoit Community College, Full Gospel Tabernacle Church, and the list goes on. 

Our relationships within the Brockton community and beyond are very important to us. 

We are a member of The Brockton Area Hunger Network and work in cooperation with many of the other food pantries in the community.