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Free food pantries in Berkshire County Massachusetts.

Find the addresses and phone numbers of food pantries and distribution centers that may be near you in Berkshire County Massachusetts. Families or individuals who need help during a difficult period can use the services of one of these non-profit pantries, churches, or charity type organizations. Get free groceries, Meals on Wheels delivery, personal hygiene supplies and more. Also find a referral number at the bottom of the page for more resources.

Food pantries in Berkshire can not only provide free or low cost food today as well as, meals, groceries, and government surplus commodities, but many locations also have on site social workers or volunteers who can direct individuals to other assistance programs. For example, they can guide someone to other resources such as government food stamps, WIC, or holiday meals. Some pantries also run thrift stores or clothing closets that may provide winter coats, gifts for children, or items such as diapers or work attire.

Berkshire Community Action Council
A non-profit agency that tries to help people get out of poverty. So case management, social services, and some assistance programs for providing food, education, and financial help for bills may be offered, such as LIHEAP. There are three main locations.

  • 1531 East Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 01201, dial (413) 445-4503 Ext: 112
  • 10 Ashland Street, North Adams, MA, 01247, phone number is (413) 663-3014
  • 163 North Street, Pittsfield, MA, 01201, call (413) 499-0256

Christian Assembly Church
They are part of the Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry, which offers free meals and other perishable food items to the needy.
Location is 850 William Street, Pittsfield, MA, 01201
Dial the church at (413) 442-1495

Christian Center of Pittsfield
193 Robbins Avenue, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 01201
Phone :(413) 443-2828




Community Bible Church
160 Bridges Street
Williamstown, Massachusetts, 01267

First Baptist Church of Pittsfield
88 South Street
Pittsfield, MA, 01201
Phone:(413) 445-4539

Friendship Center Pantry
43 Eagle Street, North Adams, MA, 01247

Hinsdale Congregational Church
Food Pantry of Hinsdale - Congregational Church
Location of pantry is 129 Maple Street, Hinsdale, MA, 01235
Phone number - (413) 655-2670

Northern Berkshire Community Action
Emergency Food Pantry
Main address is 85 Main Street Suite 410, North Adams, MA, 01247
Phone number (413) 663-3014
Provides free food and a host of social service agencies. Apply for LIHEAP, weatherization, SNAP food stamps, and summer meals for school age children. One of the leading non-profit organizations in western Massachusetts.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church
Address 359 Fenn Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 01201
Call (413) 442-4458





People's Pantry
Address is 16 Russell Street
Great Barrington, MA, 01230
Phone number (978) 687-7948

Pope John Paul Charity Center
2 Columbia Street
Adams, MA, 01220
Phone:(413) 743-0577
Families in an emergency and that live in Berkshire can call for free food. The boxes may also have baby formula, dairy goods, or fresh fruits.

Reigning Love Church
Food Pantry
235 East Street, Pittsfield, MA, 01201
Phone (413) 448-6221
Meals and food for the low income, working poor, seniors and homeless may be offered.

Saint Joseph Catholic Church (Pittsfield)
Main address: 414 North Street
Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 01201
Phone number – (413) 445-5789

Saint Mark's Food Pantry
Address: 27 Onota Street, Pittsfield, MA, 01201
Phone:(413) 447-7510

Salvation Army - Berkshire County
There are two centers in the region. Programs and social services range from funds for energy bills, rent, medications, and more. All services are limited in nature and depend on funding. They also may have free food, new or gently used clothing, and holiday assistance programs. They are one of the leading non-profit charity organizations to call in Berkshire County MA for assistance. The Angel Tree program is also run from here.

  • Address: 298 West Street, Pittsfield, MA, 01201 call 413) 442-0624
  • Address: 393 River Street, North Adams, MA, 01247, Phone number is (413) 663-7987

St. George's Episcopal Church
20 Franklin Street
Lee, Massachusetts, 01238
Phone:(413) 243-0272

St. Joseph's Catholic Church
414 North Street
Pittsfield, MA, 01201
Call (413) 445-5789
May have meals for the homeless and low income, clothing, and information on shelters and other resources.

St. Patrick's Church
Church address 54 Southworth Street
Williamstown, MA, 01267
Call (413) 458-4946 for hours and information.
Free Christmas and Thanksgiving meals may also be served. School supplies and small holiday toys are offered too.





Union United Methodist Church Pantry
6 Holmes Road, Lenox, Massachusetts, 01240
Phone number – (413) 445-5918
A food bank if offered for local residents. Stop by for meals, perishable items, and other aid. Hours and services are limited.

Massachusetts Veteran's, Inc.
Main location is 30 River Street, North Adams, Massachusetts, 01247
Phone: (413) 663-9994
Food is combined with advice. Clients can learn about benefits, job placement, and more.

Easthampton Community Center
12 Clark Street
Easthampton, MA, 01027
(413) 527-5240
They run the ECC Gluten Free Pantry and offer allergy free food as well in Berkshire County.

Additional free food and meal programs in Berkshire County

For more information, call 413.247.9738. Learn about additional local pantries near you, USDA Commodities, the Summer Food Service Program, and other support for struggling families.


By Jon McNamara

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