BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It’s Hunger Action Month, and right now, more people than ever before are depending on organizations like the Maryland Food Bank.
So now, they’re trying to bring awareness to the issue of food insecurity, made even worse by the coronavirus pandemic.READ MORE: Family Believes Shark Bit 12-Year-Old Girl In Ocean City, Official Says Incident 'Wasn't An Attack'
The Maryland Food Bank is hosting a series of events this month, including a virtual food drive.READ MORE: Korryn Gaines Estate Reaches $3M Partial Settlement; Legal Claims For Son Kodi Left Unsettled
They’re also calling on people to volunteer their time.MORE NEWS: At Baltimore School, U.S. Education Secretary Urges People Put Aside ‘Mask Fatigue’ and ‘Politics’ and Bring Students Back To Classrooms
Feeding America estimates one million Marylanders now find themselves food insecure.