Resources for Families


Due to the volume the Department of Unemployment Assistance is experience at this time, the fastest way to process a claim is online.

Are you Impacted by COVID-10 and Need Housing Assistance? 

COVID-19 Affordable Housing Updates


The Walpole Community Food Pantry, in collaboration with the Walpole Council on Aging and School Nutrition Department, is providing the delivery of food and non-food items to Walpole residents on a weekly basis. If you are in need of food and wish to place an order, click here to order online or call the Council on Aging at 508-668-3330 by Tuesday each week and a representative will take your order and set up a delivery date for the following week.

At this time, the Walpole Community Food Pantry is not accepting donations of food or non-food items. They are however accepting financial donations toward the costs of ordering and delvierying food and other food items from the Greater Boston Food Bank, in order to continue serving registered members of the Walpole Community Food Pantry. For more information visit

For information about School Meal Services for eligible families of the Free & Reduced Lunch program, please contact the School Nutrition Department at 508-660-7200.


For information about outreach and senior services, please contact the Walpole Council on Aging at 508-668-3330. - Mass 211 is an easy to remember telephone number that connects callers to information about critical health and human services available in their community. It serves as a resource for finding government benefits and services, nonprofit organizations, support groups, volunteer opportunities, donation programs, and other local resources. Always a confidential call, Mass 211 maintains the integrity of the 9-1-1 system saving that vital community resource for life and death emergencies.

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Mass 211 is an easy way to find or give help in your community.

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