The Arlington EATS Market is a safe space for anyone in Arlington who needs food. The Market is temporarily closed to in-person shopping, however, home delivery is available. If you are an Arlington resident in need of food, you can request food once a week.
To receive food:
- ON THE INTERNET: Fill out a form each week you want delivery
- BY PHONE: Call Arlington EATS at (339) 707-6761 and leave a message with your name and phone number, and you will receive a call back on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Friday afternoons.
- Deliveries will include a variety of fresh produce, meat, dairy and canned and shelf stable food. Please note items will vary each week.
One time registration:
If this is your first time receiving a delivery, please register here.
All of your personal information is kept confidential & not shared with other agencies without your permission. Answers will not affect your services from us or any other agency. Everyone who receives food must register.
The goal of our snack program is to support schools in keeping healthy snacks on hand so that no child needs to be hungry during the school day. Snacks are available during the school day for students in all the Arlington Public Schools. Ask your teacher or principal where you can get a snack
Due to the pandemic, we have scaled back our snack program and are encouraging the use of pre-packaged snacks only. We hope to return to snack packing when it is safer. Many schools are soliciting donations of snacks from their community and, when necessary, they can pick up additional snacks from Arlington EATS.
Vacation and Summer Lunch Program
School vacations often mean less food for families. By offering lunches when school is not in session, we strive to decrease food insecurity for families who rely on school meals. We offer lunches when school is not in session over the February and April vacation weeks and six weeks in the summer for Arlington students and their families. Due to the pandemic this program is currently on hold. For those in need, the Arlington Public Schools, with support from the USDA, are supplying lunches for all children who request them. For more information about this program, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Grocery Program
Seniors, 60+, who qualify based on income can receive free groceries, including pantry staples and fresh produce, once a month at Drake Village. All Arlington Seniors are eligible to participate.
To learn more and to sign-up, call the Arlington Council on Aging at 781-316-3400.
- To apply for SNAP (formerly known as food stamps), call 781-316-3400, leave a message and a social worker will call you back.
- Any Arlington child, 0-18, can receive delivery of breakfast and lunches by emailing email@example.com
- Visit Project Bread for additional food programs
- Visit Mystic Community Market (open to all)
Located at Walnut Street Center
291 Mystic Avenue
Medford, MA 02155