Gold Medal Bakery was founded on honesty, integrity, and good will. Gold Medal Bakery is committed to giving back to the community and helping our neighbors in need.
Fall River, MA is home to our Corporate Offices, Baking Facilities, and Thrift store, and has been for several generations. This is where we have provided economic growth and employment opportunities to several local families. It is no surprise that several of our employees have recruited family members to join the GMB team. We are proud and honored to have employees that support and care about our community.
Food brings people together and is what fuels us everyday. As a large food manufacturer, we have a passion for helping the fight against hunger. We partner with the Greater Boston Food Bank and several soup kitchens and churches in the Fall River community. Each year we donate over 250,000 pounds of bread to food banks.
Helping Kids with Cancer
Gold Medal Bakery is a proud Corporate Partner of One Mission. Join us in the fight against pediatric cancer!
One Mission is a pediatric cancer charity helping children and their families get through cancer treatment. Several Gold Medal Bakery employees generously donate each year. Last year, our employees have helped raise over $20,600! Your donation will make life brighter for kids fighting cancer. Click “Donate Now” to make a secure online donation on our behalf. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the Internal Revenue Code. Many thanks for your support!
2020 John R. LeComte Scholarship Award Recipients
Each year, the Scholarship Committee will continue to keep John R. LeComte’s memory alive by awarding scholarships to deserving individuals. Since 2004, the program has awarded $53,500 in scholarships. Two more scholarship recipients who share the best qualities of John LeComte ~ and in whom he would surely be proud!
This Years Recipients Are:
Logan works in our Shipping Department as a part-time Shipper in the Summer Student program. Currently, Logan majors in Civil Engineering at the University of Rhode Island. His lifelong goal is to help reverse the effects of climate change and to help save the planet. Our best wishes to Logan for success in all his future endeavors!
Madison is the daughter of Emanuel Amaral, a driver in our Transportation Department. She is starting college at Suffolk University this fall and will be majoring in Psychology. Madison plans to obtain her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology. We wish Madison all the best in her future endeavors!