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 13th - 31st  

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.



 


HUGE YARD SALE - FUNDRAISER

​AUGUST 6, 2016

8am - 12 noon


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


TOYS                           Glasses                       Dishes                     Nicknacks                     Pictures

China Cabinets     Chests                         Armoire                  Bookcases                    Mirrors

TV Stands                 Clothes                       Holiday Decor    Paint                                Walkers

MUCH MUCH MORE . . . . . . . . . . . .      Come out and support the Food Bank!!

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.”




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

Anne Arundel County Food
​and Resource Bank

Vehicle Donation Program