WBAL-TV 11— It’s the last week of Hunger Action Month, and the Maryland State Police are pushing for more donations in their month-long drive to collect food for Maryland families in need. Donation bins are located at all Maryland State Police barracks and many Department of Transportation locations; for a full list of drop-off locations throughout the state, click here.
“We think if we can make a safe, secure family, that makes a secure community, and then again, that makes a safe Maryland, and that’s really what our goal is,” said Colonel Marcus Brown.
Last year, 30,000 pounds of food were collected for food-insecure families in Maryland. Those who wish to make a donation can also give food through their barrack’s online virtual food drive.
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