Stamp Out Hunger
The National Association of Letter Carriers’ annual Stamp Out Hunger postal food drive! Simply place a bag of nonperishable foods (no glass jars, please) next to your mailbox prior to mail delivery on Saturday, May 13, and your letter carrier will ensure that your donation gets to our neighbors in need!
Other Ways to Support the Food Bank
Fundraise For Us
Raise money for the Food Bank so that we can make sure that we can meet the incredible demand caused by COVID-19, including more fresh fruits, vegetables, and proteins to those who are facing food insecurity. Become a Fundraiser
Donate Food & Basic Necessities
Donate much needed grocery items include peanut butter & jelly (plastic jars), 1-pound bags or boxes of rice, 1-pound bags of dry beans (pinto, black, mixed), healthy snacks (breakfast bars, dried fruit), baby food, and ensure/nutritional supplements. More information
Anne Arundel County Food Bank is registered as one of the recipient organizations through the following workplace giving campaigns:
- Maryland Charity Campaign for employees of the State of Maryland. Our number is 521660473.
- United Way Charity Campaign provides paycheck reduction giving for various private companies throughout our region. Our number is 1858.
- The Combined Federal Campaign in the Chesapeake Bay and the National Capital areas. This is for employees of the federal government. Our number is 44381.
Other than as provided in the Note below, it is our policy not to sell, share or trade our donors’ names or personal information with any other entity, nor to send mailings to our donors on behalf of other organizations.
This policy applies to all information received by the Anne Arundel County Food Bank, Inc., both online and offline, as well as through electronic, written, or oral communications.
To the extent any donations are processed through a third-party service provider, our donors’ information will be used for purposes necessary to process the donation and will not be shared with others for their own commercial purposes. The privacy of information that is provided by a donor through a third-party service provider is governed by such service provider’s privacy policies.