This is the page for the Food Committee of Occupy Boston.


October 08, 2011

We need

  • salad dressing (preferably vegan)
  • oil/vinegar
  • a big coffee maker 100 cup or so
  • hand sanitizer

If you're interested in getting food, getting water, or preparing food, talk to Dan the Bagel Man or Derek, who are usually at the food tent.

October 07, 2011

Sustainable Soon, Insulated Containers Desired

The food tent is going well. In fact, your generosity has slightly overwhelmed us. We would like to put a hold on non-”ready-to-eat” food donations until we have gotten through our current back stock. We cannot thank you all enough for your generosity.

We are moving away from non-reusable plates. Plates and utensils will be handled by logistics. Our current system was simply not sustainable in the face of a long occupation. We are organizing a dish washing station, and have a shipment of reusable containers coming in next week.

If you have any to spare, we could still use insulated containers to transport and serve food in!

It is always a pleasure serving you all.

In Solidarity,
Lindsey Mysse
Co-Coordinator, Food Tent

October 06, 2011

First, the food group would like to thank everyone who has brought food to us, who have been so generous to all of us and who have shown their faith in this movement. Thank you. Secondly, on a personal level, I want to thank the amazing crew of volunteers, from Food Not Bombs and now our own organization who have stepped up to make the food tent work as well as it does.

We desperately need volunteers, especially in the daytime. We have a schedule at the food tent where you can sign up for a shift. Please email me at the address below if you have any questions.

Please no more bread for the time being! We have too much as it is.

Contact Us

Lindsey Mysse
Co-coordinator of Food Group