After you have made a donation, we hope you'll take a few seconds to fill out this quick survey, which is the only means we have of understanding the impact of this campaign.
The "Let's ADAPT" Partners have identified the organizations below as (1) being on the front-lines of addressing food insecurity in the County, and (2) having a means for making online donations restricted to food insecurity. Please note "SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS" for restricting your gift to "food insecurity," where noted. We have also provided a "GROUPS SERVING COMMUNITIES W/GREATEST NEED"* option (bottom of page) for those donors who wish to split their donation among those organizations serving individuals in communities that the United Way of Central Maryland has determined as having the highest need.
Prepacked grocery bags for neighbors in need in NORTHERN & CENTRAL BALTIMORE COUNTY.
A fund that BALTIMORE COUNTY government will use to provide groceries to food-insecure families and seniors, among other efforts to help County residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Please note, the donate link will take you to the Baltimore Community Foundation website, which is managing the fund for Baltimore County Government.
Bridging the gap between Friday and Monday by consistently providing weekend food packages to children identified as food insecure in 9 BALTIMORE COUNTY elementary schools.
Church food pantry providing groceries to those in need in and around OWINGS MILLS.
Providing food and other assistance to neighbors in need in CATONSVILLE.
Community Assistance Network
Provides food assistance to income-eligible BALTIMORE COUNTY residents.
Supporting those in need in REISTERSTOWN, OWINGS MILLS, & GLYNDON with emergency food items, personal hygiene products, clothing, school supplies.
Food pantry serving those in need in and around WHITE MARSH.
A program of Jewish Community Services (JCS) providing food assistance to individuals and families in the BALTIMORE JEWISH COMMUNITY.
Liberty Community Development Food Pantry
Food Pantry works to acquire, store, organize, and distribute food to the homeless, youth, seniors, and low-income residents in BALTIMORE COUNTY.
Up to two meals per day, a hot lunch and a cold supper, are delivered by a caring volunteer between 10:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: In memo section, write: "For Balto. Co. residents."
Food pantry serves those in the GWYNN OAK and surrounding communities. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: In the "Give to" Menu, select "Food Pantry."
Food Pantry serving communities in & around the 21206 zipcode (OVERLEA, ROSEDALE, BALTIMORE CITY). SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Under tithings, select "other." Write "Food Pantry."
Pantry provides food to supplement family grocery budgets in and around REISTERSTOWN. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Select "Food Pantry" in the fund list.
GIVE TO GROUPS SERVING COMMUNITIES W/GREATEST NEED*
Make a donation that will be spread equally across the groups above that are serving populations in communities determined by the United Way of Central Maryland to have 40% or more of households below the "ALICE" threshold for being able to afford transportation, health care, food and shelter in Baltimore County. The communities meeting this definition include: 21030 (Cockeysville), 21117 (Garrison), 21136 (Reisterstown), 21207 & 21208 (Lochearn, Woodlawn), 21220 (Middle River), 21221 (Essex), 21222 (Dundalk), 21227 (Lansdowne, Baltimore Highlands), 21234 (Parkville, Carney), 21236 (Overlea), 21237 (Rosedale), 21244 (Milford Mill). Learn more about the "ALICE" threshold here. (These funds will be distributed equally by Let's ADAPT to the groups above who are serving these zipcodes).
TELL US ABOUT YOUR DONATION
After you have made a donation to one of the groups above, we hope you'll take a few seconds to fill out this quick survey, which is the only means we have of understanding the impact of this campaign.