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Building Better Food Security

Elbow-to-elbow in a well-worn and well-loved kitchen, The Open Door’s five-member culinary team prepares and packages 200 meals to-go daily, more than double the number served pre-pandemicin addition to preparing more food and meals for other programs.

The Open Door Teams up with Veterans Groups and the Y to Offer Mobile Market for Veterans

The Open Door Teams up with Veterans Groups and the Y to Offer Mobile Market for Veterans 

Local Groups Paint for Empty Bowl To Go 2.0

MANCHESTER– Preschool and fourth grade students at Manchester Memorial Elementary School recently teamed up to put their creative talents to use, and painted bowls for The Open Door Empty Bowl To Go 2.0 fundraiser. 

The Open Door Announces 2021 Award Winners

Each year, The Open Door recognizes a handful of volunteers and community partners for their outstanding commitment to hunger relief.

The Open Door Partners with City of Gloucester to Raise Hunger Awareness

Mayor Romeo Theken Issues Proclamation Naming September Hunger Action Month

Local Post Office Recognizes The Open Door and We Are All In This Together Gloucester for Pandemic Response

Almost a year and a half after the COVID-19 pandemic hit, three groups who went above and beyond to keep people fed, safe and connected came together to recognize and reflect on their extraordinary work.  The Gloucester Post Office held a dedication ceremony on Tuesday, Aug. 24, at The Open Door on Emerson Avenue for the forever Thank You stamp, recognizing both The Open Door ...