BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Maryland Food Bank has developed a $28 million goal to keep up with growing demands for food amid the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s part of Phase Two of its COVID-19 food access response.READ MORE: Former Baltimore DPW Supervisor Ronald Smith Sentenced To A Year And A Day In Federal Prison
CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE:READ MORE: Anne Arundel County Police Rescue Peacock Lost For Weeks
- TIMELINE: Coronavirus In Maryland, Tracking The Spread
- Latest coronavirus stories from WJZ
- Latest CDC Guidelines
It focuses on efforts needed to fight hunger through the end of 2020 and into 2021.
Some of the problems include a lack of government funds, kids not getting school meals and the number of people out of work.MORE NEWS: Pilot In Shock Trauma After Small Plane Crashes In Easton