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Delegate Henson’s Food for Thought: Childhood Hunger

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September 16, 2020

Delegate Henson’s Food for Thought: Childhood Hunger

In the first of a planned series of blog posts, Maryland Delegate and MFB Board Member Shaneka Henson shares her unique views on how hunger is holding down Maryland’s schoolchildren, and how statewide partnerships between the MFB and community institutions are helping break down the barriers preventing our children from thriving.

September 1, 2020

It’s Hunger Action Month and We Need You!

September marks Hunger Action Month, an opportunity be a part of the nationwide movement to take a stand against hunger and help our neighbors in need. With more food-insecure Marylanders than ever before due to COVID-19, we need you to act.

August 14, 2020

Partner Spotlight: Ministerio Puerta de Paz

Ministerio Puerta de Paz, located in Odenton, Maryland, is one of the many temporary partners that have joined forces with the Maryland Food Bank and stepped up to serve the increased need in their community during COVID-19.

July 1, 2020

Gleaning Wisdom: It’s Farm to Food Bank Season!

In her most recent blog post, MFB’s Farm to Food Bank Coordinator Amy Cawley shares the latest updates on how cool weather, rain, and COVID-19 is affecting the work of the Maryland farms and farmers that make up the Farm to Food Bank Program.

June 25, 2020

Partner Spotlight: Victory Villa

Victory Villa, located in Middle River, is one of the Maryland Food Bank’s statewide partner that was not only able to stay open and keep feeding their hungry neighbors when COVID-19 struck, but actually do more to help some of the more vulnerable members of their community.

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