Grace Chapel Offers Healthy Foods to Address Lexington-Area Hunger

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Anthony Freddura, a lead business system analyst, has built up more than 15 years of experience in his field. His professional expertise encompasses marketing and advertising, as well as software enterprises and general business project management. Additionally, Anthony Freddura is a dedicated supporter of charitable organizations in his Boston-area community, such as the programs of Grace Chapel in Lexington.

The Chapel is congregationally governed and offers multiple locations in the Boston area. Its system of care ministries includes a food bank, open on Wednesday evenings, year round.

The food bank accepts donations of non-perishable items and encourages donors to give healthy alternative products, including those that are low-sodium and those with no added sugar. Among the items accepted are canned soups and vegetables, along with low-sugar canned fruit; easy-to-make meals such as macaroni and cheese; protein-rich foods such as peanut butter; coffee, tea, and juices; and a variety of other foods. The chapel provides a complete list on its website.

In addition to its food assistance, Grace Chapel provides one-on-one counseling, programs for people in recovery, and homebound and long-term care ministries.