ALL ARE WELCOME!!!
Monday – Friday 8 am – 1 pm
• 8 am Coffee, donuts, cereal, pastries and fruit
• 10 am Hot breakfast served
• 11:15 am Soup or salad
• 11:30 am Hot lunch served
• Take away sandwiches handed out after a hot lunch.
Recurring basis – Contact us
• Getting out of poverty
• Building Self Esteem
• Suicide prevention
• Nutrition on a budget
• Women’s self-defense classes
• Finance 101
• Getting Ahead
Schedule an appointment
• Community partnership referrals
• Basic needs assessment
• Individual goal planning
• Housing referral assistance
• Healthcare referrals
Employment for 7 Clients.
Thank you to Walmart, Marion Manor, Rienhart, Quick Sling and Subway
Placed 5 individuals into Homeless Shelters located in Taunton, Providence and Boston.
Special Thank You to Samaritan House and your team
SECTION 8 ASSISTANCE
Found available Sec 8 Apt’s in Taunton for 2 individuals, now loving their new place
ROOMS FOR RENT
Located a room for rent for a client. Edward has moved in, his daughter thanked us
Our Daily Bread is a nonprofit food, nutrition and resource center.
Our purpose is to provide a free nutritious meal in a warm
and welcoming atmosphere to those in need.
The backbone of our program is its volunteers as we envision
through education, resources and advocacy… leading our guest towards
Board of Directors
Executive Director, Our Daily Bread Food and Resource Center
The backbone of our program is its volunteers.
Our Daily Bread Year-to-date Stats 2019:
47,211 meals served to date. On average our Soup Kitchen prepares 220 meals per day.
We have had 1,397 Resource Center client engagements and 13,050 volunteer hours.
Here’s what our clients say:
I was homeless for three years because of heroin, alcohol and depression. I ended up living in a tent in the woods six miles away from ODB. I came to ODB for a meal and I got much more. The friendly volunteers served me salad, hot chicken pot pie and chocolate cake for dessert. They treated me like a human being and listened to my concerns. The director allowed me to use the address at ODB to receive a free phone. This kindness started me on a new path.
I have four children. When one was very ill with a serious heart condition, I needed to leave my job to take care of him. Our Daily Bread is so much more than a food source for me. I am so grateful to have this place where I can get a warm healthy meal, but most importantly, see friendly faces. The volunteers actually care for us in so many ways. My experience has encouraged me to help others in any way I can.