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While COVID-19 drastically disrupted MFB’s Volunteer Program at the start of the pandemic, our valiant volunteers quickly pivoted and stepped up to help the food bank accelerate the heightened levels of food distribution that were suddenly required.
This National Volunteer Month, we want to express our deep appreciation for these passionate volunteers and thank them for their unwavering dedication to helping feed Marylanders during this incredibly challenging time, and the four decades before.
While more and more individuals continue to visit food pantries across the state, MFB remains dedicated to tapping into potential populations of food-insecure Marylanders struggling to reach out due to psychological barriers. In this blog, we hear firsthand accounts from food recipients who overcame their fears and anxieties around asking for help to fulfill their basic needs.
MFB in the News
Check out the latest local and national news about the Maryland Food Bank and how we’re addressing hunger in our communities.