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FoodWorks Class 21 Completes Culinary Training

FoodWorks Class 21 Completes Culinary Training

October 14, 2016

On Friday, October 14, the Maryland Food Bank celebrated the accomplishments of 10 graduates who successfully completed our culinary training program, FoodWorks. The graduation was attended by friends, family, program partners, government officials and a James Beard Award-winning local chef.

Weekend Survival Kits Help Homeless Baltimore Children

Weekend Survival Kits Help Homeless Baltimore Children

October 11, 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 programs, partners, and clients that bring our mission to life. Today, consider the impact of one of our most unique programs: Weekend Survival Kits.

A World of Impact: An Overview

A World of Impact: An Overview

October 4, 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 programs, partners, and clients that bring our mission to life.

Food Lion Hosts Great Pantry Makeover at Hope Fellowship Church

Food Lion Hosts Great Pantry Makeover at Hope Fellowship Church

September 13, 2016

In celebration of Hunger Action Month, Food Lion Feeds hosted their second annual “The Great Pantry Makeover” contest—and a Maryland Food Bank’s partner, Hope Fellowship, was one of 30 lucky feeding agencies to win. The $3,500 grant from Food Lion Feeds will help build the Millington pantry’s capacity to store and distribute food.

The Movement: Connecting Families with Support

The Movement: Connecting Families with Support

August 17, 2016

The movement against hunger in Maryland has gained momentum over the last several years, and the Maryland Food Bank has mobilized a diverse group of individuals, public representatives, leaders in the private sector, and community partners. At the heart of our organization are thousands of donors who fuel the movement. Today we spoke with school pantry coordinators to see why the School Pantry Program is so important to communities as a whole.

Magnifying the Movement: One Donor’s Story

Magnifying the Movement: One Donor’s Story

August 5, 2016

The movement against hunger in Maryland has gained momentum over the last several years, and the Maryland Food Bank has mobilized a diverse group of individuals, public representatives, leaders in the private sector, and community partners. At the heart of our organization are thousands of donors who fuel the movement. Today we spoke with one individual donor, to hear what inspires him to give.

Disabled Volunteers Work Wonders at MFB

Disabled Volunteers Work Wonders at MFB

July 21, 2016

The movement against hunger in Maryland has gained momentum over the last several years, and the Maryland Food Bank has mobilized a diverse group of individual supporters, public representatives, leaders in the private sector, and community partners. Three volunteer groups in particular have shined brightly in this movement to end hunger on the Eastern Shore.

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