Maryland Food Bank
The Maryland Food Bank needs help. Right now, there is a serious backlog of donations because there are fewer volunteers.
The canned goods and other foods are flowing into the Pratt Central Library and other branches. It’s Food for Fines, a chance to pay off your overdue books and at the same time help the Maryland Food Bank.
Baltimore City’s public libraries are offering patrons a way to reduce their library fines through canned food donations.
Volunteering is probably the easiest way to start your “green” journey. Here are some opportunities to get you started in the Baltimore area.
There’s a month-long campaign to fight hunger. Also, we have a recipe for excellent sangria.
The first food bank on the East Coast has announced a plan to try to get you involved in its work.
Thousands of Marylanders have trouble putting food on their table. Now, thanks to your generosity, they have some help.
Each day, nearly half a million Marylanders go hungry. But this weekend, all of you pitched in to make that better.
Each day, nearly half a million Marylanders go hungry, but all of us can help. WJZ, MASN and the Orioles are teaming up for our annual food drive.
The Orioles kick off the 27th annual Food and Funds Drive. And as part of our continuing community commitment, WJZ is a proud sponsor of the event.
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.
More food than they can handle. That’s the challenge the Maryland Food Bank faces after a major donation–the agency is in dire need of helping hands.