The Maryland Food Bank is known for getting tons of donated food onto the plates of the needy but, as Mike Schuh reports, a program to deal with perishable food is doing more than just taking away hunger.
Tens of thousands of people filled Camden Yards to see the O’s take on the Yankees this weekend while WJZ, the Orioles and MASN took donations.
Nine students graduate from the Maryland Food Bank Culinary Program and WJZ was there as they received their awards.
The Maryland Food Bank stresses that hunger is a year-round problem, but the expectation to have food on the table for the holidays is even greater than other times of the year.
More than a game. WJZ, MASN and the birds are teaming up to help the Maryland Food Bank. It’s all part of WJZ’s continuing community commitment.
Enjoying sports with a purpose. Thousands of baseball fans pack Camden Yards for more than the game.
The Maryland Food Bank needs help. Right now, there is a serious backlog of donations because there are fewer volunteers.
A special food bank that provides meals to animals is in dire need. The “Thankful Paws” program is the state’s only mobile pet food bank.
The Maryland Food Bank is once again gearing up for a busy holiday season. This time, it’s on track to help more families than ever.
The first food bank on the East Coast has announced a plan to try to get you involved in its work.
The Maryland Food Bank says over 175,000 Marylanders don’t know where their next meal is coming from. Now they have found a creative way to get out their message.
Former Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold is doing his court-ordered community service at a local food bank.