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In lieu of expensive websites, Community Fridges in Massachusetts have used social media accounts to get their message out. For current status, location, availability/need and donation guidelines check feeds regularly.

For information and locations of Little Free Pantries, go to littlefreepantry.org.

Remember: All fridges and pantries are mutual aid efforts run by volunteers to help those who need food. Take what you need and leave what you can—no judgement, ever.

BOSTON

Allston Community Fridge
@Allstonbrightonfridges
1 N. Beacon Street

Brighton Community Fridge
@Allstonbrightonfridges
243 Faneuil Street

Dorchester Community Fridge
@dotcommunityfridge
1471 Dorchester Avenue

Earthy Boston – Fenway Fridge
@earthy.boston
506 Park Drive

Jamaica Plain Community Fridge
@bostoncommunityfridge
[looking for a new location]

Mattapan Community Fridge
@matcommunityfridge
1290 Blue Hill Avenue

Roslindale Community Fridge
@roslindalecommunityfridge
4140 Washington Street

CAMBRIDGE

Bridge Fridge
@communityforusbyus
157 Windsor Street

Coast Community Fridge (Riverside)
@cambridgecitygrowers
5 Callendar Street

Fridge in the Square (Harvard Square)
@cambridgefridge
52 Church Street

NEWTON

Newton Community Freedge
@newtoncommunityfreedge
420 Watertown Street

SOMERVILLE

Somerville Community Fridge
@somervillecommunityfridge
35 Prospect Street

WORCESTER

Fridge at the Bridge
@worcester_freefridge
300 Southbridge Street

Worcester Community Fridges
@woofridge
910 Main Street

Other fridges will be opening soon. Follow them on social media:

@hydeparkcommunityfridge
@lynncommunityfridge
@southbostoncommunityfridge
@southendfridge

This list appeared in the Spring 2021 issue.

The original article can be viewed here