My Brother's Table
98 Willow Street, Lynn, MA 01901
(781) 595-3224

Nourishing Our Neighbors Since 1982


We Average 200 Guests Each Day

Total Meals Served!

Over 3 Million MEALS!

Through Summer of 2015

Our Volunteer's Are Essential


Many Have Helped Over 20+ Years

Gift Cards
Heat and Eat Meals
Shampoo, Deodorant and Soap
Toothbrushes and Toothpaste
Heavy Gloves and Hats
And More Are Needed!

Donation Wish List

For A Complete List Visit Our Funding Page

Celebrate the Work of MBT
Have dinner at The Landing Restaurant!


Tuesday, February 16, 2016 | Dinner: 5:30-9pm
Enjoy a delicious meal all for a good cause

20% of each meal, including drinks, will be donated to MBT
50/50 Raffle and a Live Auction

81 Front Street in Marblehead
Reservations Recommended

Your dinner will help provide over 145,000 meals to neighbors in need



The 4th Annual Founders' Celebration event honors the Founders of My Brother’s Table and this year we are also honoring Alan D. Kline, Leslie and Stephen Greenberg, Temple Emanu-El, and the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lynn. 

Wednesday, March 16th | 6:30 -8:30 PM
Shirat Hayam | 55 Atlantic Avenue, Swampscott

Please RSVP by the secure payment link on our payment page (coming soon) or you may also call the office at 781-595-3224
or visit us in person at 98 Willow Street, Lynn, MA to purchase tickets.

Our Mission and Thoughts Of Others

Our mission is to nourish our community every day through hospitality, free meals and unconditional love.

Click below to hear what others have to say...

Author My Brother's Table Mission

“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”

Author Mahatma Gandhi

“Bread, soup - these were my whole life. I was a body. Perhaps less than that even: a starved stomach. The stomach alone was aware of the passage of time.”

Author Elie Wiesel, Night

“Feel what it's like to truly starve, and I guarantee that you'll forever think twice before wasting food.”

Author Criss Jami

“We have not reached the consensus that to eat is a basic human right. This is an ethical crisis. This is a crisis of faith.”

Author Jean-Bertrand Aristide