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Read the Baltimore Sun story on our expanding School Pantry Program.

More schools in Maryland opening food pantries

Last week volunteers from M&T Bank's Management Development Program sorted food on the conveyor belt, worked in our community kitchen, packed food boxes for our Senior program, and packed personal hygiene items.

Last week volunteers from M&T Bank's Management Development Program sorted food on the conveyor belt, worked in our community kitchen, packed food boxes for our Senior program, and packed personal hygiene items.

Our partners are distributing 80,000 holiday boxes for families in need this holiday.

Our partners are distributing holiday boxes for families in need this holiday.

We are so proud of our eight graduates. Take a look at this FoodWorks class' journey in our newest blog post.

Today we celebrated the accomplishments of class graduates from our culinary program FoodWorks

New: community volunteer opportunity!

Volunteering on the Go

Helene Ridenour knows 200 families who, without her help, might not have enough food for their families this week. Ridenour and her friend, Alison Appenzellar, co-founded Tabitha's Table, Smithsburg's only food pantry, four years ago.

Helene Ridenour knows 200 families who, without her help, might not have enough food for their families this week. Ridenour and her friend, Alison Appenzellar, co-founded Tabitha's Table, Smithsburg's only food pantry, four years ago.

Various nonprofit organizations each play a different role in the fight to end hunger, but if government officials scale back funding to child and senior feeding programs, who will step in to fill the gap?

How might threats to child & senior programs affect the entire food assistance network

Join us in congratulating the 22nd graduating class from our culinary program FoodWorks!

Join us in congratulating the graduating class from our culinary program FoodWorks!

With summer fast approaching, child hunger shifts to the forefront of our minds here at the Maryland Food Bank. According to the Maryland State Department of Education, nearly 400,000 children lose access to their school system’s Free and Reduced Price Meal Program during the summer, resulting in a critical spike in child hunger.

Nearly children lose access to their school system's Free and Reduced Price Meal Program during the summer, resulting in a spike in child hunger.

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Brian McFadden by Brian McFadden Monday, May 2014

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