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The AACFB and Bike AAA received a Letter of Appreciation from Mayor Buckley, City of Annapolis for help with One Annapolis Back 2 School Kick-Off event. 20 Bikes were distributed with helmets and safety training to local students at this event.
The Ravens Huddle for 100 asked people to donate 100 minutes of volunteer time. Coordinated through UWCM. The AACFB hosted a volunteer group. Two Ravens players, Ben Powers and James Hurst joined efforts with local volunteers.
Happy Helpers collected food as part of their annual food drive to support the AACFB and commentate the victims of 9-11. This year a new partnership with Day to Serve brought volunteers to the AACFB to help sort all of the donations collected.
August 8, 2018, I had the honor to meet the Target team at Waugh Chapel in Gambrills, MD and participate in their recognition from the Governor's Office in the form of a Citation and Certificates of Appreciation from the AA County Food Bank for all of their great support to help low income community members.
Target's support ensures that essential daily needs are not only met but needy families and individuals may look forward to a brighter future.
They are doing great work and have impact those assisted through the Anne Arundel County Food Bank, and our partners (our pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and all of our programs) serve. Thank you for all you do!!!
As the state prepares a $1.4 million study on the Crownsville Hospital Grounds, some of the smaller businesses on the property want more transparency from the state after confusion surrounding the renewal of the Anne Arundel County Food Bank’s lease.
If a person needs food, they need everything. That’s been Bruce Michalec’s mission for 30 plus years building the Anne Arundel County Food Bank into a place where the needy can get just about anything to get back on their feet.