Your Donations Fuel Our Mission92% of all donations made to the Maryland Food go directly back to our hunger-fighting programs Give Now
Where Your Money Goes
Thanks to donors like you, we’re able to provide food-insecure Marylanders with pathways out of hunger while distributing more than 102,000 meals every day. Your donations make all that we do possible — so you should know how your donation is being used. Here’s a breakdown of our FY2017 expenses:
92% of contributions, or $67,349,137, funded our programs that are shaping a brighter future for hungry Marylanders.
3% of contributions, or $2,472,614, funded administrative costs that keep our organization running.
4% of contributions, or $3,182,742, helped us fundraise so we can make an even greater impact in our communities.
- Annual Report FY2017
- Form 990 FY2017
- Audited Financials FY2017
- Annual Report FY2016
- Form 990 FY2016
- Audited Financials FY2016
- Annual Report FY2015
- Form 990 FY2015
- Audited Financials FY2015
Annual Report FY2017
In FY 17, we served the needs of food-insecure Marylanders while taking important steps to ensure the long-term financial sustainability of the food bank.
Form 990 FY2017
Audited Financials FY2017
Annual Report FY2016
In 2016, we increased our efficiency by redefining truck routes, implementing a new food distribution model, & reconfiguring the layout of our warehouse.
Form 990 FY2016
Audited Financials FY2016
Annual Report FY2015
Our growth and success in reaching more hungry Maryland families is only possible due to the continued support from benefactors like you. Simply put, without you, there is no us, and the hundreds of thousands of people we serve across the state would not have food to eat. We cannot thank you enough for supporting this important work.
Form 990 FY2015
Audited Financials FY2015
A Few Programs Your Donations Fund
Access to to nutritious food in a safe environment
A culinary training program designed to shorten the line
Farm to Food Bank
Helping us distribute fresh, local produce to hungry Marylanders
Pantry On the Go
Pop up pantries in food-insecure communities across the state