Help feed the hungry at Dec. 3 Interfaith Social Services Gala

Help feed the hungry at Dec. 3 Interfaith Social Services Gala
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Help feed the hungry at Dec. 3 Interfaith Social Services Gala 

Limited number of tickets available for Interfaith Social Services’ Signature Gala Event on December 3

QUINCY, Mass. (Nov. 5, 2021) – Interfaith Social Services’ signature fundraising gala returns in-person this year with all the entertainment, food and beverages, games and auction packages that the event is well known for. A limited number of tickets are now available for the 2021 Feed the Hungry Gala, which will be held on December 3 at Granite Links Golf Club. A virtual ticket option is also available for those that would like to watch the event program remotely.

Interfaith operates one of the largest emergency food programs in Greater Boston as well as a mental health counseling center, homelessness prevention program and seasonal initiatives that bring joy to children and families in need. Interfaith’s programs are a safety net for thousands of people on the South Shore who are struggling to make ends meet. Proceeds from the Feed the Hungry Gala provide for a significant portion of Interfaith Social Services’ annual funding.

Now in its 24th year, the gala features a chef dine around where attendees sample food and beverages from some of the region’s top restaurants. Participating restaurants include Abby Park, Big Rock Oyster Company, Fratelli’s Pastry Shop, Granite Links Golf Club, JP Fuji Group, Miam Miam Macaronerie, Pearl & Lime Bar & Cocina, Purefections Chocolate, The Range, The Tavern at Weathervane, and Victory Point Marina Bay. Beverages will be provided from Bent Water Brewing, Bin Ends Wine, Spiritfruit, Stellwagen Beer Company, and Widowmaker Brewing.

Attendees can participate in games with prizes valued up to $500 and a silent auction featuring Boston sports tickets, mini vacations, one-of-a-kind items and unique experiences. The South Shore’s Old Oaken Bucket Band will be providing live music.

The gala is sponsored by many generous individuals and businesses, including Presenter Level Sponsors Arbella Insurance Foundation and Mayor Tom Koch, the City of Quincy; and Hero Level Sponsors Foxcroft Real Estate Management, Granite City Electric Supply Company, MavroCreative, Plymouth Quarries, Quincy Mutual Group, Rural Masonic Lodge of Quincy, Signet Electronic Systems, Inc., and Walmart.

Sponsorships and tickets are available now at Only 250 tickets (half capacity) will be sold this year, so act fast!

To find out more about Interfaith’s programs, visit

Photo Captions:

feedthehungry1: JP Fuji Group, shown here at Interfaith Social Services’ 2019 Feed the Hungry Gala, will return to the Gala in 2021 as part of the restaurant dine around. Restaurant and beverage stations are a highlight of the annual event, this year on Dec. 3 at Granite Links Golf Club. Credit – Pierce Harman Photography

feedthehungry2: Guests at Interfaith Social Services’ Feed the Hungry Gala raise their paddles to raise funds for the organization in 2019. A limited number of tickets to the 2021 Gala on Dec. 3 at Granite Links Golf Club are available now at Credit – Pierce Harman Photography

feedthehungry3: Carnival-style games, live music from the Old Oaken Bucket Band and an exciting silent auction will entertain attendees at Interfaith Social Services’ Feed the Hungry Gala. Tickets to this year’s Dec. 3 event at Granite Links Golf Club are on sale now at Credit – Pierce Harman Photography

Interfaith owns the rights to these photographs and gives the media permission to use them in print, online or on television.

About Interfaith Social Services

Founded in 1947, Interfaith Social Services’ mission is to improve life for South Shore families and individuals in need. Programs include one of the largest food pantries in Greater Boston; budget counseling and homelessness prevention; The New Directions Counseling center, community gardening; free professional attire for job interviews, and The Bureau Drawer Thrift Shop – operated entirely by volunteers with all sales benefiting Interfaith’s programs. Clothing and food donations from the community are always welcome. For more information, or to inquire about volunteering with Interfaith, please visit:

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