Tough Choices for Food-Insecure Marylanders

Tough Choices for Food-Insecure Marylanders

November 7, 2017

Many of the more than 682,000 food-insecure individuals in Maryland face tough choices every day. Choices like buying groceries or paying bills, getting food or medicine, or even having to forgo some meals to ensure their children have enough to eat. Here you’ll meet six Marylanders who have had to face their own tough choices and hear why the food assistance network means so much to them.

College Hunger 101: Food Insecurity on Campus

College Hunger 101: Food Insecurity on Campus

August 2, 2017

College hunger is a much more widespread issue than many people may realize. We visited Townson University and spoke with a student experiencing food insecurity, as well as an administrator, and a pastor who are actively working to find solutions to the problem.

Celebrating FoodWorks Class 24

Celebrating FoodWorks Class 24

July 21, 2017

On Friday, July 21, we celebrated the accomplishments of our 24th graduating class from our culinary program FoodWorks. Sixteen graduates received ServSafe certification and job-readiness training. The ceremony was attended by family, friends, program partners and local officials.

SNAP Success Story: Stephanie H.

SNAP Success Story: Stephanie H.

June 7, 2017

Stephanie is our first-ever guest blogger on The Feed, and hopes that her SNAP success story might help others who are experiencing food insecurity. After reading about her experience, we hope you’ll see how vital the SNAP program is, and the positive benefits it can have in our communities. From time to time, we will invite other guest bloggers to share their experiences with the food assistance safety net.

MFB Joins Weinberg Foundation for New Library Dedication at George Washington Elementary School

MFB Joins Weinberg Foundation for New Library Dedication at George Washington Elementary School

January 27, 2017

The Maryland Food Bank is pleased to support the Weinberg Foundation’s Library Project by providing food to students at participating schools throughout the school year. Hunger affects a child’s ability to focus in school and leads to a host of health problems, all while weakening families and communities. By pooling our resources, we are able to nourish both the physical and intellectual needs of Baltimore’s children.

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