Reach out to offices and Program Coordinators in Baltimore, Salisbury, and Hagerstown
To get information on planned giving, memorial or tribute gifts, bequests, IRA, donor-advised funds, stock gifts, or other forms of giving at the estate level, reach out to Maryland Food Bank special giving program coordinator Kat Thomas.
For information on participation or partnership in Maryland Food Bank programs such as School Pantry, DSS, Foodworks, My Groceries to Go, Pantry on the Go, Summer Clubs, and Supper Clubs, reach out to a Program Coordinator.
If you or somebody you know may be eligible for low-income household food assistance through the federal SNAP benefits program, but are unsure of how to register, or need a trusted source of information, reach out to a Maryland Food Bank benefits coordinator.
Maryland Food Bank Warehouse and Office Locations
With 93,000 square feet, the Baltimore warehouse is the central hub for food distribution to central Maryland, as well as our branches in Western Maryland and on the Eastern Shore. The Baltimore office holds about 100 employees — or 80% of the food bank’s total workforce — and houses the majority of the Maryland Food Bank’s statewide campaigns and initiatives. In FY19, the branch distributed more than 27.4 million meals to food-insecure Marylanders.
In 1981, the Maryland Food Bank opened a branch in Salisbury in order to better serve the rural populations of the Eastern Shore. In its first year, the branch distributed about 33,000 meals. In FY19, the branch distributed more than 5.5 million meals to food-insecure Marylanders.
220 McRand Court
Hagerstown, MD 21740
2200 Halethorpe Farms Road
Baltimore, MD 21227
Phone: (410) 737-8282
Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Thursday: 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Since opening in 2012, this branch of the Maryland Food Bank has been able to significantly increase food distribution and provide more access to food aid in Western Maryland than ever before. In FY19, the branch distributed more than 7.1 million meals to food-insecure Marylanders.
We Need Your Help
Programs, campaigns, and educational outreach at the Maryland Food Bank has always relied on the philanthropic support of charitable individuals like you.
Much like our food distribution efforts, outreach activities at the Maryland Food Bank rely on generous donations of money and time.
We hope you’ll consider a contribution.