Hudson Community Food Pantry celebrates 30th anniversary


Hudson Community Food Pantry celebrates 30th anniversary
Visitors stopped by the food pantry’s booth during Rec Fest last fall. (Photo/Evan Walsh)

HUDSON – The Hudson Community Food Pantry is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

After the food pantry was incorporated in 1993, the pantry officially opened its doors in 1994 in a building that was donated by Durand Chevrolet. The building burned down in 2000, sparking an outpouring of financial support from the Hudson community.

The food pantry opened the doors to its new home at 28 Houghton Street in 2003 following a three year search. 

Today, the pantry serves over 200 families from Hudson, Bolton and Berlin on a monthly basis. 

The food pantry is celebrating its 30th anniversary later this month with an event at the Hudson Portuguese Club. The event is invite-only. 

For more information on how to support the pantry, visit

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