134 Collaborative

Location: 134 Mathewson St Providence, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2019

134 Collaborative is an independent nonprofit organization in the heart of downtown Providence. They provide or partner with other community organizations to host a range of programs for underserved populations with a primary focus on health, education and the arts.


Location: 669 Elmwood Ave. #13 Providence, RI 02905

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2019

Amor is a community support network organizing to fight back against police violence, deportation, and state-sponsored violence and abuse. Amor is fundamentally an alliance of community-based grassroots organizations mobilizing and organizing rapid response to resist increased instances of individual and state sponsored violence. This response occurs at the intersections of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and immigration status.

Amos House

Location: 460 Pine St, Providence RI, 02907

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2018

Today, Amos House is a leading social service agency in Rhode Island, managing the largest soup kitchen in the state, providing social services to over 15,000 people a year and housing nearly 165 men, women and children per night. More than 500 adults have graduated from its training programs.

Community Action Partnership of Providence

Location: 20 Dr. Marcus F. Wheatland Blvd Newport, Rhode Island

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2019

CAPP, established in November of 2012, is a leading provider of social services in Providence, RI. The organization operates, promotes and supports the development of human service programs aimed at improving the lives of low-to-moderate income individuals and families living in Providence. CAPP works to minimize poverty while empowering members of the community to be self-sufficient.

Crossroads RI

Location: 460 Pine St, Providence RI, 02907

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2018

Crossroads RI is the leading provider of housing and services to those experiencing homelessness in Rhode Island. Using the Housing First Model, they strive to help homeless or at-risk individuals and families secure stable housing. They  provide a range of specialized services to meet the unique needs of our clients, including:

■ Housing in more than 370 residences statewide

■ 24-hour/7-day-a-week emergency services

■ Education and employment services

■ Comprehensive case management

East Bay Food Pantry

Location: 150 Franklin St, Bristol, RI 02809

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2018

The mission of the East Bay Food Pantry is to “engage, educate, and empower the East Bay in creating a hunger-free community.” Food is available to anyone in need in the East Bay. Their “client choice” food programs are all grounded in their Access Nutrition Initiative, focused on providing healthy food choices and nutrition education to address inequalities of access to healthy foods. They strive to provide a consistent inventory of whole grain foods, fruits and vegetables, and high-quality protein and dairy items

Elisha Project

Location: 65 Newport Ave Rumford, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2018

The Elisha Project is an independent nonprofit organization focused on bringing diverse communities together through service, sharing, teaching and learning, in order to make a positive impact in all communities. The tool that they use to accomplish that is FOOD.

Family Service of RI

Location: 55 Hope Street Providence, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2018

Family Service of Rhode Island (FSRI) is a comprehensive nonprofit social service organization that manages, through thoughtful coordination and a shared vision, programs across Rhode Island, providing essential resources for underserved individuals, families and communities.​

Farm Fresh Rhode Island

Location: 10 Sims Ave, Unit 103 Providence, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since

The path food travels – the food system – includes everything from growing and harvesting to processing, packaging, transporting, selling, eating, and disposing of food. The mission of Farm Fresh RI is to grow that system to be sustainable and healthy for both the farmers and eaters in our region. They offer farmers’ markets and transparent enterprise systems that help New England farmers, fishers, and small food businesses reach more customers. They also work with the community through outreach, incentives, and educational programs to increase the accessibility and affordability of fresh, local foods. They are fiscal sponsors of Hope’s Harvest RI and have been strong partners with us since the very beginning.

Federal Hill House – Olneyville

Location: 472 Atwells Ave, Providence, RI 02909

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2019

Federal Hill House is one of the oldest community centers in Providence, serving as a second home to its neighbors for 132 years. Today they continue to evolve and serve more than 7,500 people each year through education, opportunities, and support across the lifespan of an individual. They are partnered with Olneyville Food Center, a second pantry location, in their efforts to make their services as accessible as possible to their community members.

Feed the Streets USA

Working with Hope’s Harvest since

Feed the Streets USA (501c3) was conceived from a servant’s heart to create a culture of people helping people, to join in the solution rather than only broadcasting their community’s problems. FTS USA has a firm belief that one of the most powerful elements they possess as a non-profit fell under the mindset which they proclaim: We can’t have local impact without global vision.

Food Not Bombs

Working with Hope’s Harvest since

Food Not Bombs is an all-volunteer movement that recovers food that would otherwise be discarded, and shares free vegan and vegetarian meals with the hungry in over 1,000 cities in 65 countries in protest to war, poverty, and destruction of the environment. We are not a charity but dedicated to taking nonviolent direct action. Our movement has no headquarters or positions of leadership and we use the process of consensus to make decisions. We also provide food and supplies to the survivors of natural disasters, and people participating in occupations, strikes, marches and other protests.

Good Neighbors

Location: 55 Turner Avenue, East Providence, RI 02915

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2018

Good Neighbors provides two meals daily along with their food pantry services each Wednesday and one Saturday monthly. They also provide hygiene products and laundry services.  All of this and more is accomplished with one and one-half salaried employees along with dozens of dedicated and committed volunteers, without whom they could not serve their  guests each day. ​

Harvest Kitchen

Location: 2 Bayley St Pawtucket, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2018

Harvest Kitchen is a program of Farm Fresh RI, a nonprofit organization. They are a culinary job training program for youth ages 16–20 from the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF)’s Juvenile Corrections Services and those aging out of foster care. Their trainees work to create value-added products and grab-n-go meals using ingredients sourced from local farms. They get hands-on retail experience selling their goods at farmers markets’ and working in the program’s Café + Corner Store in downtown Pawtucket.

Johnycake Center of Peace Dale

Location: 1231 Kingstown Rd Peace Dale, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2018

The Jonnycake Center’s Emergency Food Pantry provides food to individuals and families who are having a hard time making ends meet. Households can come to the Center once a month and receive nutritionally- balanced food baskets that contain enough food to prepare three meals a day for an entire week for all household members. Their retail “thrift” store generates revenue that is used toward the Emergency Food Pantry. The store is open to the public, but it is also a source of free clothing and household items for clients in need.

Johnycake Center of Westerly

Location: 23 Industrial Dr Westerly, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2018

The Jonnycake Center of Westerly is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization established in 1975. They operate a food pantry, a retail store, and a social services office which are staffed by employees and volunteers. Food, clothing, household goods and emergency financial assistance are offered to qualifying clients who need help with basic needs such as rent, utilities, prescription medicine, and assistance with educational needs. They also run a youth program called  SPLASH (Summer Program Looking to Alleviate Student Hunger). This program provides summer vacation food provisions for schoolchildren in the Westerly-Chariho area.

Market Mobile

Location: 10 Sims Ave, Unit 103 Providence, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2018

Market Mobile is Farm Fresh RI’s transparent local food distribution system that connects farmers and food producers in the Northeast region with residential customers and wholesale buyers like chefs, grocers, schools, hospitals, farm stands, and buying clubs. Combining an e-commerce platform, personalized customer service, professional staff, and a fleet of delivery vehicles, Market Mobile helps farmers focus on farming, increases the overall sale of locally grown products in our community, and provides shoppers with a trusted and tested system for buying local food directly from the source.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center

Location: 20 Dr. Marcus F. Wheatland Blvd Newport, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2018

Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. Community Center is a multi-service agency providing nutritional, educational, social and referral services to hundreds of individuals and families throughout Newport County. Incorporated in 1922 and renamed in honor of Dr. King in 1968, the center is one of Newport’s oldest grassroots organizations. The privately funded, non-profit community center offers the area’s highest-volume food pantry and only daily meal site, plus a comprehensive roster of educational and enrichment programs.

Rhode Island Center Assisting those in Need

Location: 805 Alton Carolina Rd Charlestown, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2019

Rhode Island Center Assisting Those In Need (RICan) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization providing emergency food , clothing, and other vital supports to neighbors in crisis throughout the state, primarily in Washington County and surrounding areas.

Rhode Island Community Food Bank

Location: 200 Niantic Ave Providence, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2019

The Food Bank employs multiple programs to ensure that Rhode Islanders have access to the nutritious food they need. Besides being a major food supplier to Rhode Island food pantries and soup kitchens, their Neighborhood Pantry Express and Direct Delivery programs offer them the ability to distribute healthy foods to high-need communities as effectively as possible.

Rhode Island Pride

Location: 1055 Westminster St., Providence, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2019

Rhode Island Pride the largest and most comprehensive LGBTQIA+ community non-profit serving Rhode Island and its surrounding neighbors. Rhode Island Pride brings together the greater LGBTQIA+ community to commemorate our diverse heritage, foster inclusion, educate and create awareness of issues, and celebrate achievements in equality. Producers of the Rhode Island Annual PrideFest Celebration and Illuminated Night Parade, we create events that are open and inviting to everyone in the community, providing a safe environment in which individuals can feel free to celebrate their relationships and their identity. Rhode Island Pride is committed to supporting, promoting, and collaborating with community groups in service to the greater LGBTQIA+ community.

Scituate Senior Center

Location: 1315 Chopmist Hill Road North Scituate, RI

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2019

Scituate Senior Services aims to provide comprehensive services to the pillars of our community, the elders. The elders of our community thrive with the programs we provide to better inform and enhance their daily lives. Generations at Chopmist Hill Inn aims to enrich the quality and overall health and wellness of all Scituate older adults. 


Location: 420 Washington Street Dorchester, MA 02124

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2019

Snapchef is New England’s premier on-demand staffing solution, connecting job seekers to job opportunities.  Founded by chef Todd Snopkowski and his wife Daniela, the idea for Snapchef is a culmination of years of experience and recognizing the gap in the availability of qualified, supplementary staff.  It is because of their passion to fill this need within the industry that Snapchef was born and has been running successfully since 2002. In that time, Snapchef has gone from the pen and paper, old school staffing agency to revolutionizing the industry with it’s fully online and automated platform.

URI Graduate Village

Location: 2900 Kingstown Rd, Kingston, RI 02881

Working with Hope’s Harvest since 2018

The URI Graduate Village is home to many international students and their families. Many of these families survive off of a single-student income so food scarcity is a common occurrence within this population. Besides the involvement of Hope’s Harvest RI, this housing facility also hosts a community garden in an attempt to make fresh produce as accessible as possible.