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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.
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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Check out the latest local and national news about the Maryland Food Bank and how we’re addressing hunger in our communities.