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Help our community during the Coronavirus crisis!  More donation and volunteer opportunties will be added.  Please check back.

People First Food Pantry

People First Food Pantry provides food assistance and personal care items for residents of Uxbridge.  They can be reached at 508-278-5506.  If you are interested in donating, please CLICK HERE to sign-up.  This donation sign-up list will be updated weekly so please check back.

Monetary donations can be made online on their website.  Donations can be left in the donation bin by the exit doors at Hannafords or Drop off is Tuesday evening from 6:30pm to 7:30pm at 19 Douglas Street, Uxbridge.  Stay in cars until a volunteer can come out to take the donation.

Uxbridge Caremongers 

This community Facebook Page was created to connect people to each other, services and resources during the coronavirus crisis. If you or someone you know is in need of supplies or other support, consider posting to this page or visit to see resources and support services available in our community.  Caremongering is the opposite of fearmongering or scaremongering.  Instead of spreading fear and heightening anxiety, caremongering connects people through words and acts of kindness.  In extraordinary times, we all need each other.   

Greater Grafton Medical Reserve Corps

Volunteer for the Greater Grafton Medical Reserve Corps.  The Greater Grafton Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a group of concerned citizens with medical and non-medical skills who assist local health department and other responders in a local public health emergency, as well as at scheduled events.

All volunteers are vetted by MRC Coordinator, credentialed (CORI/SORI forms) and receive training for specific tasks. For COVID-19, duties may involve assisting the local health department staff, helping coordinate volunteer teams, working with families and children, and other community support roles. 

To volunteer, contact Marianne DeVries at devriesm@grafton-ma.gov or 508-839-5335 x1153.  

Blood Donations

One thing people can do to help is to donate blood. Many blood drives have been cancelled, impacting the supply. Blood donation centers have the highest standards of safety and infection control. To find where you can donate blood, visit redcross.org.