Haven From Hunger

Skipping dinner. Eating less! Giving up food in order to pay rent. This is what thousands of people in Peabody and Salem face every day.The Haven from Hunger is the critical link between food and people. We provide food to nearly 200 people a week.Hunger impacts people in all walks of life. We reach them all – from working families to senior citizens.

Food Pantry Program: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10:30am-2:30pm; Dinner Served: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 5pm-6pm [closed weekends & Wednesday]. 71 Wallis St., Peabody


Haven from Hunger Casino Royale Capital Fundraiser

Sept 19, 2014 Haven from Hunger Casino Royale Capital Fundraiser

We recently purchased the building at 71 Wallis St. The purchase enables Haven From Hunger to move from a cramped space in the basement into the entire building and thus expand the services. With the expansion, HFH will become fully accessible, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and as a result, will be eligible for state and federal funds. Currently, HFH, with the help of donations and 100 volunteers, serves 1,500 clients a month and and feeds 35 to 50 people at dinners four nights a week.


Friday July 25th, Luxebar in Peabody is Hosting an Event to Benefit the Haven From Hunger

Luxebar Hosts Event July 25, 2014 to Help Haven From Hunger

FRIDAY July 25th, 2014, Luxebar in Peabody is hosting an event to benefit the Haven From Hunger. 50% of all proceeds earned will be donated to the Haven. Help us help local families who are struggling to put food on their tables; $35 can help feed a child for close to two months! Click here to book your appointment today: https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/ASP/home.asp?studioid=117461



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HFH Capital Campaign

Fight Hunger, Feed Hope. Help us build a permanent facility to address the growing need by expanding food supply, education and community engagement. Learn more about the campaign.

240,000 People

per month eat meals from emergency food boxes. High unemployment and a tough economy forced record numbers of people to turn to emergency food last year. See more facts about hunger.