OUR COMMUNITY AT WORK
Frederick County has no shortage of passionate volunteers and committed service providers, who are already finding creative ways to provide access to food. From houses of worship and local schools to food banks and shelters, we are a community dedicated to the wellbeing of others.
However, it can be difficult for those seeking assistance to know how, when, and where they should go for food. Feeding Frederick aims to unite the efforts of our various providers by amplifying their message and shining a light on their free food services in a single, comprehensive resource.
These partners are vital to the success of our efforts to combat food insecurity and eliminate hunger in Frederick County.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Not only is Feeding Frederick about helping people find access to free food resources, but it also creates an opportunity to discover where these providers are located in your own immediate community.
Volunteers, food donations, and financial support will help these organizations continue to serve others in their time of need and sustain this vital network of nutritional assistance.
Hunger is real, but it stops here.
For more information on free food resources in Frederick County, call 211 or 301-662-2255 and a specialist will provide the right solution based on your needs.
Or visit our map to find free food resources in your area and to learn more about how you can get involved at individual locations.
Need transportation? Access public bus routes and schedule information.