Our mission is to ease stress, reduce hunger and improve the quality of life for our neighbors in need. The Falmouth Service Center (FSC) works to increase self-sufficiency by helping to build networks among clients, neighbors and agencies.
Fall is upon us and with that people begin to turn on their heat. Do you need help with high heat bills? It doesn't matter if you heat with oil, gas, or electric heat, there is help available through the Fuel Assistance Program for those low-income households that are the most vulnerable to the high home heating costs many face in the New England area. Click here for more information on the program or call us at 508-548-2794 to schedule your appointment.
We can help you with your recertification application or a new application.
Falmouth Eats Together
The next Falmouth Eats Together Community Meal will be held on Thursday, November 6th at John Wesley United Methodist Church on Gifford Street in Falmouth. The meal is free and is always held from 4 - 6 p.m.
Our Fall/Winter Newsletter
You can now find our Fall/Winter Newsletter online! Click here to read it and get all of our news. If you don't already receive it in your mailbox or your email in-box then sign up above (in the upper right hand corner) to add your name to our mailing list!
The Greater Boston Food Bank
Did you know that we are a member agency of the Greater Boston Food Bank? We receive the majority of our food for our pantry from the Food Bank. Learn more about our pantry.
Increased Dial-A-Ride Transportation in Falmouth
There is exciting news on the transportation front in Falmouth! The Dial-A-Ride bus can now be used for any purpose including: work; shopping; medical appointments; and recreation. Dart fares are full fare $3 each way and half fare $1.50 each way for seniors and people with disabilities. For more information on this new, expanded service, click here for the flyer or visit www.capecodrta.org.
We’re Here to Help
There are people in Falmouth who cannot always afford to buy food, or to heat their home during the winter. There are people who live for days or weeks at a time with no electricity because they've fallen behind on their bills.
- The cafeteria worker at your child's school who is a single parent
- The checkers and baggers at your local grocery and retail store
- The teacher assistant in your child's day care center
- Your neighbor down the street who has been laid off and is having trouble meeting his/her mortgage payment
- The elderly woman/man on a fixed income who lives across the street
- Your next door neighbor whose husband left her with three small children
- The families who have chronically ill children, or are themselves struggling with incapacitating illness
- The man or woman who drives your child's school bus
You or someone you love may have the need for assistance within the year. You can never know what will happen, but it's good to know we're here to help.
With over 400 volunteers, the campus is truly a place
where Falmouth residents can be of service, and in turn,
can come if they are in need of service.