Type your Local Wegmans customers raise $6,000 for Anne Arundel County Food Bank

January 20, 2016

Anne Arundel County’s Wegmans raised nearly $6,000 as part of the grocer’s 2015 hunger relief campaign.


​Customers at Wegmans 51 stores raised $1.84 million toward the effort, which allows customers to donate an amount at checkout that will go to each store’s local food bank. The 2015 total is an 8 percent increase over the 2014 campaign.

The $5,973 raised in Crofton will go to the Anne Arundel County Food Bank.

“We’re thankful to our customers and employees who so generously share our commitment to making a difference in every community we serve,” Linda Lovejoy, Wegmans community relations manager, said in a statement. “As we celebrate our 100th anniversary this year, a special point of pride is the partnerships we build to support local food banks in feeding the hungry.”




Asbury UMC located directly across from DSS in Annapolis were delighted to have the help of  US Naval Academy Midshipmen to unload food, pack bags for distribution and assist the next morning distributing bags of food to those in need. Food used at this event included some the Midshipmen collected and donated earlier that month as part of our annual Harvest for the Hungry Food Drive. This is one of many ways that the Navy Mid's give back to our community.

Thank you for your help.

Go Navy!!

VEHICLE DONATION PROGRAM

The Anne Arundel County Food Bank gave Serenity Sistas'  Inc. a Safe Have for women and children in recovery a pick-up truck for their program. This truck will help not only Serenity Sistas' homes throughout Anne Arundel County but also assist with their mission work as well.  If you have a vechile to donate please contact us at 410-923-4255. Vechiles are never sold but matched to a family/individual or non-profit in need. 

Food Bank thankful but need still grows

​November 26, 2014

​Hundreds of families living too close to the line between just enough and a bare pantry will eat turkey on Thursday thanks to the efforts of their neighbors at the Anne Arundel County Food and Resource Bank.

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Volunteers of AA County Food Bank


Kids Helping Kids

Harvest For The Hungry


October 3rd - 28th  

For almost 30 years, the Kids Helping Kids - Harvest for the Hungry anti-hunger campaign has mobilized students in schools to raise food and funds for their hungry peers. Participation in the program teaches children valuable lessons about hunger, engages them in giving, and shows them that they have power to make a difference in their community.


Details on this years Kids Helping Kids Drive click on the Kids Helping Kids Tab at the top of the page.



 


Festival of Lights

Dec. 10th at Watermak

at Annappolis City Docks

Vehicle Donation Program

STAMP OUT HUNGER MAY 14th, 2016.

It is often said that you can count the number of people who have a significant impact on your life on one hand,” Willard said in a statement. “Len made a significant impact not only on my life, but upon thousands of other lives as well. He was compassionate, caring, generous and loyal. He will be sorely missed.” 
The Freezer truck donated in memory of Len Moodispaw will continue these efforts helping thousand for years to come. Now the AA Co Food Bank is able to meet the requirements to acquire frozen food donations from vendors because this freezer truck ensure temperature regulations are met during transport. 

Watermark of Annapolis will open the Harbor Queen at the Annapolis Dock on December 10th for food and monetary donations for the Anne Arundel County Food Bank. This is a great time with carolers, free snacks (once on-board) and a cash bar for hot chocolate or mixed drinks.   

AA Co Food Bank and Bruce Michalec were presented a certificate and medal from the American Legion in recognition for outstanding attributes leading to the award "Gold Americanism"

on 

November 11, 2016

Homeless Resource Day

Annual event typically held the last Saturday in March Annually

the AA Co. Food Bank provides food, equipment and other items needed to make this event a success. The collaboration of  non-profits and community services make this a one stop shop to meet clients needs. All services are free and even include free id's at the DMV. 

This is one of several annual drives the US Postal Service conducts throughout the year. Mail men and women pick up food left out at mailboxes which makes its way to local food banks such as the AA Co. Food Bank. This is a vital drive that replenishes food after the holidays.

Maryland Live Casino donates 500 turkeys to the Anne Arundel County Food Bank leading up to Thanksgiving. Donations and volunteers are always welcomed!



 The awards were presented in appreciation for the large donations of food and other resources made by the brigade of  Midshipmen, through the Harvest for the Hungry program, to the needy citizens of Anne Arundel County. Among the representatives from the Naval Academy present to receive the awards were LCDR Thomas Patrick O’Flanigan and Midshipman Second Class Megan Rosenberger.

​On Thursday March 23, 2016 the Midshipmen of the US Naval Academy were honored with awards presented by the Anne Arundel County Council and Anne Arundel County Food Bank.

Unveiling of Frozen Box Truck

funded by QinetiQ-NA

in memory of Len Moodispaw

Pictures from our recent


Harvest for the Hungry


Food Drive.



A Non-Profit Organization serving Anne
Arundel County 
citizens in need

Anne Arundel County Food
​and Resource Bank

Live! Casino Donates Turkeys to Anne Arundel County Food Bank

US Naval Academy Midshipmen volunteer at Asbury UMC

 CFC #44381
​MD Charity Campaign #1858

Donated vehicle was given to Raymond, an Anne Arundel County resident who needed a car to work as an electrician.

In the past vehicles given away have yielded the recipients with better jobs that pay more money and over half went on to continue their education.   


This number of families / individuals this program may reach is contingent on the  number of vehicles donated. Donated vehicles are not sold but given free thereby allowing the donor the full vehicle value for tax  deduction. 


If you have a vehicle to donate call 410.923.4255 or email susan@aafoodbank.org