The Bath Area Food Bank is the umbrella name for the Bath Area Food Pantry and Bath Area Soup Kitchen. “Our mission is to help food insecure families and individuals with the meals and groceries needed with dignity and respect.” All our neighbors are welcome to the Food Pantry & Soup Kitchen!
The Meals on Wheels program provides delicious, nutritionally balanced meals for homebound individuals 60 years of age and older and to persons with a disability who are unable to prepare a meal due to physical or mental limitations, or who have no one to prepare a meal for them.
MCHPP’s mission is to offer dignity and empowerment by providing all members of our community with access to healthy food.
The Merrymeeting Food Council is a collaborative network of farms, fisheries, businesses, nonprofits, government, and individuals working together to advance the food system in the 14 towns surrounding Merrymeeting Bay. On its website this organization provides Community Nutrition Resource Guides and Food Access Information.
Healthy on a budget. With some simple tips, Maine SNAP-Ed can help you feed your family healthy food and save money!
CACFP snacks for Enrichment and Before & After Care during the school year
Winter sharing table at the Y with produce on Tuesdays from Merrymeeting Gleaners
Veggie Van route on Wednesdays through the school year-Non-perishables from Backpack Program for families with children, local produce, eggs, milk for ANYONE
*No questions asked, no signup, just show up
SFSP breakfast and lunch for Enrichment & Y Summer Camp, breakfast and lunch served daily for ALL here at the Y, lunch for summer school programs, Rec camp, Maine Maritime Camp
2 Veggie Van routes daily Monday-Friday offering grab and go breakfasts and lunches for ALL (kids and adults)
Wednesdays on route offering Shaw’s gift cards, fresh produce from Merrymeeting Gleaners, fresh eggs and milk for ALL.
*No questions asked, no signup, just show up.