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 due to the pandemic.
Download the Resource List which includes:
Food Pantries, pages 1-3
Senior Pantries, page 4
Baby Pantries, page 4
Soup Kitchens, page 5
Clothing Banks, page 6
Pet Pantries, page 6
Click on the link below to download the full 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. Descargue la lista de recursos que incluye:
Despensa de Alimentos, Pagina 1-3
Despensa para mayores, Pagina 4
Despensa para Bebes, Pagina 4
Comedor de beneficencia, Pagina 5
Bancos de ropa, Pagina 6
Despensa para Mascotas, Pagina 6
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.
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 hungry neighbors.
The Anne Arundel County Food Bank works with the Department of Human Resources to make sure that congregate feeding sites (soup kitchens, shelters) always have a free, hot meal to offer the hungry.
The Anne Arundel County Food Bank helps families whose needs go beyond standard food pantry items and ensure that seniors and individuals with diet constraints are not left at risk of hunger or malnutrition, which could increase poor health.
The Anne Arundel County Food Bank works alongside the Anne Arundel Public Schools to provide a backpack with healthy foods to go home with children on the FARMS (Free & Reduced Meal System). This provides the child with a sense of security & proper nourishment.
Check with your school to sign up.
With the help of our donors and through local ASPCA’s and Anne Arundel County Animal Control, this program provides needed pet food, toys, kitty litter and pet bedding material so that our clients can keep their beloved pets.
Distribution of medical equipment, free of charge, to the uninsured & under-insured through referrals by doctors, hospice, Department of Aging, Department of Social Services & other service oriented agencies. Depending on request a doctor note may be required.
Contact us for details, (410) 923-4255.
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.