My Brother’s Keeper
We are a vibrant, welcoming Christian ministry with locations in Easton and Dartmouth, MA, that delivers furniture and food to families in need. Our mission: "To bring the Love and Hope of Jesus Christ to those in need."
Adopt a Family is Now Open!
Please participate in our Christmas program by adopting a local family in need. Sponsor drop-offs will be “pop your trunk” at our Easton and Dartmouth facilities. Thank you!
2021 Hungry Men Dinner
Monday, November 22nd, 6:00 p.m. Please join us on Monday, November 22nd at the Marriott Quincy for a fun evening of food, drink and conversation with a good group of guys to support the work of My Brother's Keeper.
2021 Mission Appeal
In the Gospel of Mark, Simon, and the other disciples urgently seek Jesus. Upon finding him praying in a deserted place, they tell him: “Everyone is looking for you.” Today, as in Jesus’ day, many are searching. More than ever, we need your support serving our neighbors in need in Jesus’ name.
Food Assistance Program
We make 350 food deliveries each week, providing families with non-perishable canned goods, fresh fruits and vegetables, milk, juice, eggs, butter, meat, cheese, and bread - enough food to feed a family for a week. You can help us cover the cost of delivering food to families by clicking the button below.
Packaged With Love
One of our Dartmouth volunteers, Stephanie Richard from Upstream Visual Works, produced a beautiful video focusing on our COVID-19 response. We hope it lifts your spirit and makes you feel proud to be part of the My Brother's Keeper family. Enjoy watching!
2020 Mission Appeal
What a challenging time we’re living through! The world is unsettled to say the least. One thing you can count on, though, is My Brother’s Keeper’s firm commitment to our mission, “To bring the Love and Hope of Jesus Christ to those we serve.”
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Who We Are
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Jim’s Weekly Gospel Reflection
Personal reflections on the Monday Gospel representing his insight of Christ’s message as viewed through the lens of his own life experience. He hopes that others will be inspired to reflect upon their views as well.
By the Numbers
My Brother’s Keeper is 100% privately funded. Because we are a Christian community serving in Christ's name, we do not accept any local, state, or federal funding. And unlike many charities, no donated items are ever sold — the best we have goes directly to those we serve.
Generous Volunteers (Pre-COVID-19)
Deliveries Every Year
Total Deliveries Completed
Directed to programs serving those in need