A Message from Our Executive Director Phoebe Bray and the Board of Directors of The Community Kitchen.
The Community Kitchen stands in solidarity

The Community Kitchen stands in solidarity with people of color and other historically marginalized communities in the fight for equality, social reform and justice in the wake of recent incidents of violence against people of color including George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and others. . . .  Read More>

The Community Kitchen Welcomes You.

The Community Kitchen Inc. Provides Healthy And Nutritious Hot Meals, Take-Home Food Boxes, Advocacy And Education To Low And Moderate Income Men, Women And Families With Children In The Monadnock Region.

Arrange a fundraiser!

RAISE FUNDS/ GIVE FOOD
Each year we have wonderful individuals and organizations who create a fundraiser or food drive for us. Click image to learn how.

Donate your time to gleaning.

GLEANING
There is an abundance of local gardens that offer fresh produce every summer to The Community Kitchen. We always need volunteers to help glean the vegetables. Learn how by clicking the image.

Become a volunteer!

VOLUNTEERING
Volunteers are one of the most important parts of running The Community Kitchen. Click the image to learn how to become a volunteer.

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Hours for the Pantry WED 12:30-5:30pm, THU 11:30AM-4:00PM/ HOT MEALS MON-Fri 5-6:20PM and SUN lunch 11AM-12PM

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Gleaning For The Community Kitchen

The Community Kitchen, Inc. (TCK) of Keene NH implemented its gleaning program in July of 2013. The gleaning program is one of six regional gleaning programs supported by NH Gleans, part of the University of New Hampshire’s Farm to School program. TCK’s local program provides a year-round, 30-hours per week for Sarah Harpster, the Gleaning Coordinator, covering the area of Cheshire County, NH.
The mission of the gleaning coordinator is principally to capture fresh, locally grown produce which is at risk of being wasted, usually due to overproduction for the market. In Cheshire County, an active food movement has greatly enhanced the local gleaning program. Many local businesses and organizations grew produce specifically for the purpose of donating it to the charitable food system.
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Gleaning for The Kitchen

Hidden in Plain Sight - Homelessness in Keene, NH

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