About Us


Our Mission

Community Servings is a not-for-profit food and nutrition program providing services throughout Massachusetts and in Rhode Island to individuals and families living with critical and chronic illnesses. We give our clients, their dependent family members and caregivers appealing, nutritious meals, and send the message to those in greatest need that someone cares. Our goals are to help our clients maintain their health and dignity and preserve the integrity of their families through culturally appropriate, home-delivered meals, nutrition education, and other community programs.


The Community Servings Difference

A Focus on Nutrition

  • High-quality meals made from scratch with fresh ingredients and locally sourced produce
  • 15 available medically tailored diets, with a combination of up to three
  • 90 nutrition education classes servings 1,200 individuals

A Focus on Family

  • Meals provided to not only primary clients, but their children and a caregiver
  • 26% of our meals are provided to caregivers and children, reducing the stress of our clients so they don’t have to worry about providing for their family while focusing on their health

A Focus on Community

  • More than 300 graduates from our 12-week job training program with 80% of graduates finding meaningful employment in our communities
  • Nutrition education workshops, presentation, counseling, and assessments benefiting local families and communitites

A Focus on Sustainability

  • 50,000 pounds of donated local produce, helping us reduce costs and maintaining the quality of meals
  • 57,700 volunteers who donate more than 53,000 hours of service – the equivalent of about 28 full-time employees
  • Food is Medicine initiative establishing Community Servings as a leading advocate in the Food is Medicine movement and working with insurance providers who provide meal reimbursement contracts

Our Clients

The majority of our clients face hardships that would otherwise prevent access to nutritious meals. Critical illnesses do not discriminate, and at any point in time, anyone can receive a diagnosis of a debilitating disease. It’s important to recognize that a critical illness does not change who our clients are, but it can change how they are able to navigate their lives.

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