Volunteer Appreciation Week 2017

Volunteer Appreciation Week 2017

April 24, 2017

Whether Maryland Food Bank volunteers are in school or retired, gleaning vegetables or sorting canned goods, we appreciate all of the work they do. In 2015, our volunteers contributed 34,000 hours of work to help the hungry across our state. In honor of Volunteer Appreciation Week, we are highlighting some of of our most dedicated volunteers from the last year.

Congrats FoodWorks Class 23 Graduates

Congrats FoodWorks Class 23 Graduates

April 21, 2017

On Friday, April 21, we celebrated the accomplishments of our 23rd graduating class from our culinary program FoodWorks. Eight graduates received ServSafe certification and job-readiness training. The ceremony was attended by family, friends, program partners and local officials.

Celebrating Success: Congrats FoodWorks Class 22 Graduates

Celebrating Success: Congrats FoodWorks Class 22 Graduates

January 20, 2017

On Friday, January 20, we celebrated the accomplishments of our 22nd graduating class from our culinary program FoodWorks. Nine graduates received ServSafe certification and job-readiness training. The ceremony was attended by family, friends, program partners and local officials.

Introducing VolunteerHub

Introducing VolunteerHub

January 6, 2017

This week, the Maryland Food Bank officially unveiled VolunteerHub, our new online volunteer portal that makes it easier than ever to manage your volunteer experience at the main headquarters.

Connecting the Dots: The Difference Your Dollars Make

Connecting the Dots: The Difference Your Dollars Make

December 6, 2016

At the Maryland Food Bank, we often talk about our impact in large terms: 44 million meals. 1,250 distribution partners. 760,000 people in need. These figures reflect the scope of our work accurately, but behind them is a mosaic of individuals and clients whose lives drive our mission. As a donor, you are a part of this intricate web of impact and change. There is an invisible line drawn between every person who gives money to the Maryland Food Bank and a life that is touched by that donation.

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