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Maryland Food Bank Partners

Maryland Food Bank Daily Menus

Got to Partner Exchange
For partners who are already members of our Partner Exchange program.
To enroll, please
contact
Clarrissa Taylor
.

BALTIMORE DAILY MENU

Click here for a list of products available at the Baltimore distribution facility. Go to www.AgencyExpress3.org to place your order. The Maryland Food Bank reserves the right to place limits on order quantities of any menu items.

EASTERN SHORE DAILY MENU

Click here for a list of products available at the Maryland Food Bank - Eastern Shore branch. Print the menu, make your selections, and fax your order to 410.742.0554. The Maryland Food Bank reserves the right to place limits on order quantities of any menu items.

WESTERN BRANCH DAILY MENU

Click here for a list of products available at the Maryland Food Bank - Western Branch. Print the menu, make your selections, and fax your order to 301.791.3313. The Maryland Food Bank reserves the right to place limits on order quantities of any menu items.

Network Partners

PDF iconDownload the Quarterly Report Form

Interested in becoming a Maryland Food Bank partner?

Please contact Clarissa Taylor to submit your completed application or to find out more.

 

PDF iconDownload the Organizational Assessment Tool (2011 Capacity Building Grant Network Partner)

PDF iconDownload the Agency Capacity Development RFP

Benefits of Membership

Becoming a Network Partner enables you to more effectively and efficiently support low-income people in your community—and makes it possible for your program to increase resources needed to feed hungry people in your area. The Maryland Food Bank not only provides your agency with a variety of nutritious shelf stable and fresh foods, we can offer you technical assistance in food distribution, grant applications, and nutrition and food safety education. Take a look at some of the programs you can run with a membership to the Maryland Food Bank.

Shared Maintenance Fees

Want to see how the Maryland Food Bank's shared maintenance fees for food stock up to major retailers? Check out our price comparison chart (PDF file)

The Maryland Food Bank operates with the support of Network Partners who contribute a shared maintenance fee for the product they receive. Shared Maintenance fees vary by product between 0¢ and 18¢ per pound.

Eligibility

The following criteria must be met to be eligible for membership in the Maryland Food Bank. Membership is open to programs providing food or meals such as food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, after-school feeding programs, senior centers, substance abuse rehabilitation programs and disability rehabilitation programs:

  1. Your program is an established feeding program or food distributor for low-income people.
  2. Your program is a tax-exempt organization as described in the 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service of the U.S. Treasury Department. A copy of the 501(c)(3) must be provided.
  3. Your program agrees to provide the Maryland Food Bank with the names of individuals authorized to take full responsibility for the program's services.
  4. Your program does not operate out of a personal residence.
  5. Your community food program serves the poor, ill and needy or homeless free of any charges.
  6. Your food program does not and will not sell or barter items.
  7. Your food program provides food free to all clients. Clients are not asked for donations or requested to participate in religious services to receive food.
  8. Your food program does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious beliefs, age, disabilities, sex or sexual preference.
  9. Your program has guidelines for distribution of the food and a record keeping system.
  10. 1Your food program maintains high standards of sanitation and food safety with regards to food storage, distribution and meal preparation.
  11. Your program is willing to have its sites visited as needed by a representative of the Maryland Food Bank.
  12. Your program agrees to provide the Maryland Food Bank with necessary information regarding any change in program / administrative location, primary staffing, structure etc. in a timely manner.
  13. Your program practices active means of encouraging participation and utilization of your feeding program to all segments of the community. (for example: outreach, flyers, etc.)
  14. For more information on the membership process or to request an application, contact Clarissa Taylor.