HOW IT WORKS
Find food resources near you:
Search by current location to find the closest food resource
Find a local food pantry or meal program
Find fruit and vegetable pick-up sites
Find a farmers’ market
Find a senior dining site
Find a market or grocery store
Looking for something specific? Filter your search results by type of food resource.
Find hours of operation and contact information for each resource. Learn more about the type of food available and any requirements.
Write and Read Reviews.
Check out what your neighbors have to say about the resource. Read user reviews of each site before you visit.
Share your perspective. Write reviews of local food sites after you visit. Your comments will help raise awareness about local resources and improve the quality.
Your local guide to free and low cost food resources in Greater Boston, MA.
The Vital Village Network Data Workgroup came together to empower residents of Roxbury, MA to find easily accessible, free or low-cost, high-quality food resource in their neighborhoods by creating a data dashboard tool and app for families to locate and access quality local food resources.
The Abundance app is developed and maintained by a team at Boston Medical Center Vital Village Network. Original workgroup members included: Futu Chen, Suzeth Dunn-Dyer, Risa Brundy, Rosalyn Johnson, Sunday Taylor, and Renee Boynton-Jarret. App Development advisors included: Suzeth Dunn-Dyer, Patrick Dyer, and Joel Ramos. App Developers included Abdulsamad Aliyu and Ivy Chenyao,
The current workgroup includes Yusuf Ali, Soojin Conover, Suzeth Dunn-Dyer, and Lucas Sensius. The latest version of the app was developed by SubcoDevs, Inc.
Partners include the Boston Public Health Commission, the Boston Mayor’s Office of Food Access, the Greater Boston Food Bank, the Madison Park Development Corporation and Project Bread. Generous funding provided by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
Watch the Abundance Boston App video