The Gluten-Free Food Bank provides gluten-free food assistance to individuals across Eastern Massachusetts who have a medical need for gluten-free food but who struggle to afford this expensive diet. Click here to learn more about The Gluten-Free Food Bank and its mission.

Ways to Help

Food Donation

Individuals are welcome to donate unopened non-perishable gluten-free food that has not reached the sell by/use date on the package. Companies are invited to donate shelf stable product. We are able to accept items approaching use by/sell by dates, consumable seconds, and product over-runs.

To coordinate a donation, please contact us. We appreciate your help!

Monetary Donation

Your donation to the Gluten-Free Food Bank will help us continue to assist the gluten-free community.


If you would like to help us with our mission of getting gluten-free food to those in need, please consider volunteering with us. There are plenty of ways to get involved:

  • Help find new food pantries that would be willing to partner with us
  • Collect & distribute gluten-free food to area pantries and home-bound individuals
  • Earn Community Service Hours by volunteering!
  • Marketing & PR
  • Fundraising
  • Organize a gluten-free food drive
  • Encourage your company to help via corporate giving and support
  • If you work for a store that sells gluten-free foods, consider donating coupons for these items to be placed in the emergency bags of food

If you would like to volunteer, please email us at with your name, interest, and the best way to reach you.

Become a Supporter

Support is easy and makes such a difference! To support us, please contact us with your company name, address, company contact, email, and phone number. Click here to see a list of our current supporters.

Benefits of Supporting the Gluten-Free Food Bank:

  • Announcement of your partnership in the fight against hunger across NECO’s membership
  • Your company logo and weblink on our supporters page
  • Donations are tax deductible under the 501 c3 tax guidelines

For more information and to contact this organization, visit The Gluten-Free Food Bank page.