Our food pantry and resource list helps you find free food and basic necessities in Anne Arundel County. This guide is continually updated to reflect changes that may occur.
Click on the link below to download the full resource list of all our member agencies working tirelessly to provide much-needed food and other essential resources to those who need them most.
Nuestra guía de recursos y despensa de alimentos se actualiza continuamente para reflejar los cambios que pueden ocurrir debido a la pandemia.
Haga clic en el siguiente enlace para descargar la lista completa de todas nuestras agencias miembros que trabajan incansablemente para proporcionar alimentos y otros recursos esenciales muy necesarios a quienes más los necesitan.
Search for Food Pantries, Baby Pantries, Senior Pantries & Soup Kitchens near you!
Tips for using the map:
- This map displays Anne Arundel County food pantry, senior pantry, and baby pantry locations that the Anne Arundel County Food Bank supports.
- Search by location by clicking the magnifying glass icon and enter in your city or zip code. Once you click the magnifying glass, the search bar appears below the categories listed at the top.
- Search by day of the week by clicking the magnifying glass icon and entering the day of the week you are searching for (ie: Tuesday). Once you click the magnifying glass, the search bar appears below the categories listed at the top.
- Focus your search by selecting food pantries, baby pantries, or senior pantries at the top of the page. To display all, make sure each category has a checkmark next to it.
Thank you to Leadership Anne Arundel and their Flagship Class of 2023 for supporting the development of this new map!
The Anne Arundel County Food Bank is your local food bank and provides food to pantries throughout Anne Arundel County at no cost. The pantries take this food and prepare bags of free food to distribute to our food insecure neighbors.
The Anne Arundel County Food Bank helps our neighbors whose needs go beyond standard food pantry items and ensure that food insecure seniors and individuals with diet constraints have access to the food they need.
The Anne Arundel County Food Bank works with the Department of Human Resources to make sure congregate feeding sites (soup kitchens and shelters) always have a free, hot meal to offer to our neighbors who need access to healthy, nutritious food.
The Anne Arundel County Food Bank works alongside Anne Arundel County Public Schools to provide healthy foods over weekends and holidays to children on FARMS (Free and Reduced Meal System). Eligible students receive items for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, along with snacks, providing children with a sense of security and proper nourishment.
Check with your school to sign up.
We distribute donated pet food, toys, kitty litter and pet bedding material to the ASPCA of Anne Arundel County to help our neighbors keep their beloved pets.
Please call the ASPCA of Anne Arundel County for more information: (410) 268-4388
Donate or receive durable medical equipment through the Maryland Durable Medical Equipment Re-Use program. This program is provided to adults and children with mobility needs.
Examples of durable medical equipment include wheelchairs, power chairs, rollators, scooters, walkers, shower chairs, canes, crutches, hospital beds, “Hoyer” lifts, and tub transfer benches.
For more info, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 240-230-8000.
The Maryland Food Supplement Program, formally called food stamps, is a state sponsored program that encourages the residents of Maryland to eat nutritious food, through the use of food stamps.