Neighbors Helping Neighbors, Inc.
Meeting the needs of
individuals & families
having food hardships
health & well-being
of our communities
Educating & advocating
about the issues of
hunger and nutrition
in our communities
Many thanks to the organizations that help us with our mission.
Food Bank of Western Mass
Pioneer Valley United Way
Big Y Supermarkets
Cumberland Farms Stores
Stop & Shop
Bag the Community
South Hadley Council on Aging
Granby Council on Aging
South Hadley Housing Authority
News and Upcoming Events (click on links for more details)
Wednesday 12:30 PM - 6 PM
Saturday 10 AM - Noon
Information for the Neighbors Helping Neighbors, Inc community on our response to COVID-19 Last updated 9/5/2022
Our pledge: We will continue to be in contact with public health officials, local and state legislators, and the Food Bank of Western Mass in order to be as responsive as possible to the constantly changing conditions. We will remain alert and keep our community as informed as possible.
Our goal: It is our aim to remain open and to be able to meet our communities’ food needs as well as we can, while also being considerate of the public health risks associated with COVID-19. In order to have the least amount of impact on the community, we ask that you please stay home if you or anyone in your household is sick, and that all who enter the pantry practice these essential health safety measures:
Follow CDC and local Health Department guidelines relating to the wearing of masks.
Be sure to cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue (best) or elbow, rather than with your hands. Again, if you’re sick, and not just sneezing because of an allergy, please do not enter the building.
Help us maintain safety by spacing yourself away from others (outside or in the building) rather than crowding, as much as you can. Please remember that illnesses can be carried without symptoms, so social distance can cut down on transmission.
Information for customers:
Currently, the pantry remains open during our regular business hours.
If you are sick or not able to come to the pantry, you are welcome to send a healthy friend or relative to get food for you.
If you need to avoid visiting the pantry because you or someone with you is sick or immune-compromised, please call us. We will try to meet your food needs safely and flexibly.
If you are hungry or concerned about meeting your family’s food needs, let us know. We are here to help you.