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March 29, 2018

Why Donate? Suzanne Molino Singleton and Ken Singleton

Why donate? With only two words, this at first appears to be a simple question. However, after nearly 40 years of fighting hunger in Maryland, we’ve heard a wide range of responses, from a wide range of donors. Some simply reply “Why not donate?” Others offer a more complex response — that they experienced hunger as a child themselves, know someone who struggles with food insecurity, or just believe that food is a basic human right.

In this blog, Suzanne Molino Singleton and Ken Singleton share their response to the question “Why Donate?” with the Maryland Food Bank.

February 6, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: How it Might Affect Hunger Relief Efforts

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has the potential to negatively affect not only charitable giving in general, but hunger relief efforts across Maryland. As the leading anti-hunger organization in the state, it is incumbent upon us to keep a close eye on anything that could hinder our efforts to provide food to the more than 682,000 food-insecure Marylanders in need.

January 30, 2018

A Second Chance for FoodWorks Class 26

Our FoodWorks culinary training program not only provides job readiness skills to low-income students, but also supplies food-insecure Marylanders with nutritious meals. The graduates of this program — most of whom have overcome hurdles many of us can’t imagine — get a chance to uplift themselves, their families, and their communities. On Friday, January 26, we bid farewell to the 26th graduating class of FoodWorks in a special ceremony.  

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