Client Resources

We strive to help our clients overcome the root causes and inter-connected issues of food insecurity, financial instability and shortfalls in education and job skills.

Client Support

Client Support

Tax Preparation Assistance

Tax preparation for low-income households provides free tax preparation for those in need. Performed by certified IRS volunteers, this service helps participants apply for applicable tax credits, such as the Earned Income Tax Credit.

As of March 22, all of our tax appointments have been filled.

Please go to the VITA website to search by zip code for other local sites that are offering tax assistance services. If you are able to prepare your taxes yourself, you can do so for free at My Free Taxes website.

Individuals 50 and over can also utilize the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide website.

Fixin's for the Feast Thanksgiving Meals

Enjoy a pre-packed bag of all the fixin’s along with a grocery store gift card for additions to your feast!

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Winter Wishes Holiday Gifts

This community-supported holiday gift program helps provide your children in grades 12 and under with new clothes, games and toys. Our program is currently full for 2022. If you need assistance with holiday gifts, we suggest reaching out to the following resources:

Manchester and Essex: residents can apply for holiday assistance through Cape Ann Kids by filling out the form on their website or by calling 978-515-5382.
Beverly: Residents can call the Salvation Army in Salem at 978-744-5181 to request holiday assistance. Registration runs during the month of October. This program is only for children 12 and under.
All towns: Timmy’s Angels does a coat drive and offers holiday help. Clients can reach out to 978-325-0118.

Have you had an intake call and registered for the 2022 Winter Wishes Holiday Gifts?

Between Thursday, December 1 and Wednesday, December 14, you will receive a call to let you know when your gifts are ready to be picked up at Beverly Bootstraps, 35 Park Street, Beverly.