Ways to Help
Berkshire Community Action Coalition’s mission is self-sufficiency and dignity for all.
Food pantries/food drop-off sites
Donate to the Lenox Ecumenical Food Pantry at United Methodist Church in Lenox, 6 Holmes Road, (behind NBT Bank) by leaving food behind the front door at the church, any time. LEFP is a cooperative effort of all the area churches of Lenox; St. Ann’s, St. Helena’s, Hope Church, United Church of Christ (Church on the Hill), Trinity Episcopal, United Methodist Church of Lenox and St. Vincent de Paul. Pantry is Open Saturdays from 10- 11 am.
Berkshire Mutual Aid
Health Care Professional Volunteers
To support ongoing COVID-19 emergency response efforts, the Baker-Polito Administration has partnered with the Massachusetts Medical Society to match volunteers with our communities and health care providers based on skillsets and need. There is an immediate need for respiratory therapists and public health nurses, and the administration is asking health care professionals interested in volunteering to sign up at MAResponds.org.
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Health Professional Volunteer for COVID-19 Relief
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