Donation Wish List
Our List To Help Others In Need
- Gift cards to grocery stores, dollar stores, gas stations, Target, Walmart, BJ’s, Costco and drug stores
- Coffee (unflavored) and black tea
- Jam and jelly
- Socks (adult sizes)
- Meal replacement bars
- Bars of soap
- Mayonnaise, ketchup and mustard
- Heavy gloves and hats
- Sugar and artificial sweeteners
- Travel size shampoo, conditioner, shaving cream, toothpaste, lotion
- Toothbrushes, razors and deodorant
- Reading glasses, assorted strengths
- Women’s hygiene products
- Salad dressing
- Salt & Pepper prefilled shakers
- Heavy duty paper plates
My Brother’s Table also welcomes any financial donations.
You can visit our donation page for easy online giving, or send a check to My Brother’s Table, 98 Willow Street, Lynn, MA 01901.
We also welcome donations of time, please call (781) 595-3224 to volunteer.
|In order to insure the privacy of our guests and to serve the greatest number of people in need, My Brother’s Table is entirely funded by private donors and businesses. We do not solicit or accept government grants and are not a United Way affiliate.|
|My Brother’s Table is a 501(c)(3) organization and donations to MBT are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.|
Hunger In Lynn
Today the problems of hunger and poverty continue to exist in the city of Lynn. Today there are more hungry families in need. There is a big rise in the number of working poor as well as continued tragedy of homelessness.
MBT Presenter Available
Is your group looking for a speaker? Dianne and other staff members from the Table are available to speak to groups of all sizes.
If you are interested about knowing more please feel free to contact Dianne:
(781) 595-3224 firstname.lastname@example.org
Did You Know...
My Brother's Table is privately funded We do not receive nor seek federal, state, or local aid. We do this in order to insure the privacy of our guests and to serve the greatest number of people in need. Funding comes from individual donations and events and private grants. The Table also relies heavily on donated food from supermarkets, restaurants, food drives, and individuals for most of each meal served. Visit our Funding page for more information.