Daniel’s Table, a nonprofit that is working to end hunger in Framingham, will receive three donated Stearns Farm shares this summer. Stearns Farm is funding the shares with $2500 in grants received from the Foundation for Metrowest and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
David and Alicia Blais, who also own the Foodie Café in Framingham, deliver thousands of meals every month to residents who need food.
“We are thankful for the grants that will allow us to expand our longstanding food donation program,” said Nomi Sofer, president of the Stearns Farm board of directors. “Daniel’s Table is tackling food insecurity in Framingham in innovative and creative ways, and we are proud to partner with them. We all wish to live in a world in which no one lacks for healthy food, but until then, we will do what we can to alleviate hunger in our community.”