Address:206 W Main StCrisfield, MD 21817Map & Directions
Services: * Program closed July and August*FOOD PANTRY: Provides non-perishable food to anyone in need. Open on the 2nd and 4thTue of every month.
Hours: 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 9:30-11AM. Not open July and August.
Eligibility: Open to anyone in need.
Address:814 4th StPocomoke City, MD 21851Map & Directions
Services: OVERVIEW: Provides shelter, emergency food, a soup kitchen, household items and local resources to anyone in need. - - SERVICES: - 1) EMERGENCY SHELTER: Provided to men, women and families (24 people maximum) for up to 30 days. Some exceptions may apply for a longer stay. - - 2) EMERGENCY FOOD: Provided to persons or families in need on Tues and Sat from 1PM-2PM once every 30 days per household. Food amount is based on family size and consists of perishable and non-perishable items. Must have proof of residency such as valid ID, driver's license, lease or utility bill. - - 3) SOUP KITCHEN: Offers a hot nutritious lunch to anyone in need, available for eat in or carry-out on Wed & Fri 11AM-1PM. - - 4) FURNITURE/HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Offered to anyone in need if available. Priority is given to residents in the shelter that are moving into permanent housing. - - 5) COMMUNITY RESOURCES: Family Connections are on site on Wed (times vary) and provides community resources to anyone that is in need of financial assistance for utilities, rent, prescription assistance and other needs.
Eligibility: Open to the public.
Documents To Bring: See notes.
Address:8730 Crisfield HwyWestover, MD 21871Map & Directions
Services: FOOD PANTRY: Operates an emergency food pantry of perishable and non-perishable foods to individuals in need once every 30 days. The pantry opens on the third Sat of each month from 10AM-12Noon. If food is needed prior to Sat then call the church for assistance.
Documents To Bring: Must provide photo id and proof or address.
Address:30632 Hampden AvePrincess Anne, MD 21853Map & Directions
Services: OVERVIEW: Provides hospitality, service and advocacy to local residents, Hispanic communities and migrant farm workers. - - SERVICES: - 1) EMERGENCY PANTRY: Provides emergency 3-day supply of non-perishable food items. Quantity is based on number of household members. Opens Mon-Thurs 1-4PM, clients must be there by 3;30PM. The pantry can be utilized once every 30 days per household. Must provide proof of income, residency, proper ID and social security cards for all household members. Priority is given to Somerset County residents, but will offer to other counties if available. - - 2) FOOD SHARE: Offers groceries to those in need. Donation fee of $4 the first of the month. Participant receives a bag of groceries worth at least $25. Food distribution is on the last Thurs of the month. Intake must be completed by the distribution date. For Somerset County residents only. - - 3) THRIFT SHOP: Offers clothing and household items for a nominal fee. Opens on Tues and Thurs 11AM-2PM. - - 4) CHRISTMAS 2017 CLOSED: The thrift store will be having a holiday sale on Nov 4-6 from 10AM-4PM. The store will feature gift items, decorations, ornaments and clothing items at discounted prices. Open to the public and refreshments will be served. - 5) HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAMS: Offers hypertension screening, exercise and nutrition classes, and WIC program site. - - 6) WOMEN OF WONDER: Offers social interaction and arts and crafts activities. Held on Monday's 1-4PM. - - 7) FARM WORKER SERVICES: Provides emergency food, clothing and advocacy for farm workers. - - 8) INFORMATION/REFERRAL: Provides each participant with information on food stamps, budgeting, and nutrition. Helps clients identify other service needs and makes appropriate referrals on client's behalf. - - 9) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers eviction prevention and utility assistance. Must provide proof of need and proper identification. Somerset County residents are given priority but may offer assistance to other counties if funds are available. - - 10) COUNSELING: Offers individual, family and marital counseling on Tues only. Must call for appointment. - - 11) DONATIONS: Accepts clothing in good condition and ready to wear, non-perishable food items, household goods, appliance and monetary donations are welcomed.
Eligibility: Residents in need and migrant farm workers.
Documents To Bring: Proof of residence, photo id, eviction notice, social security card, proof of income and utility cut-off notice.
Address:107 S Collins StSnow Hill, MD 21863Map & Directions
Services: FOOD PANTRY: Provides emergency food to residents of Worcester County. May provide food to residents in other counties on a case by case basis.
Hours: Second Friday of the month, except in August.
Eligibility: Open to residents of Worcester County.
Address:299 Commerce StSnow Hill, MD 21863Map & Directions
Services: OVERVIEW: Provides emergency financial assistance to residents in need. Also offers a variety of volunteer experiences to anyone in the community that would like to help residents in need. - - SERVICES: - 1) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers financial assistance with utility cut-off, eviction prevention, transportation and prescription assistance. - - 2) FOOD ASSISTANCE: Offers a gift card to local grocery store or provides referrals to area food pantries. - - 3) BABY PANTRY: Offers emergency assistance to families in need of diapers, formula, baby food and clothing. - - 4) SCHOOL SUPPLIES 2017: Provides free school supplies to students in need. Must live in Worcester County and attend a public school K-12. Must also qualify for government assistance (EX: SNAP). Must contact Worcester County DSS or Worcester Health Department to receive a referral for free school supplies. - - 5) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2016:(Closed) Offered to residents of Worcester County only. Must Call Ellen Payne, Assist Dir. of Family Investment at DSS for more information at 410-677-6882 and to sign up. - - THANKSGIVING MEALS: Provides boxed meals that consist of a turkey, potatoes and canned food. Operates on a first come first serve basis until food lasts. - - CHRISTMAS TOYS: Provides toys for families in need, child must be under the age of 13. - - 6) DONATIONS: Accepts monetary donations that may be allocated to any of the Programs. Also accepts food items to supply the Baby Pantry & Adult Care Pantry. Contributions of easter baskets, school supplies, gift cards, food, clothing and gifts can be made. -
Eligibility: Worcester County residents
Address:28500 Owens Branch RdSalisbury, MD 21801Map & Directions
Services: OVERVIEW:Provides a warehouse for donated food that is distributed to member agencies, including soup kitchens, pantries and residential programs. MFB does NOT distribute food directly to individuals.SERVICES:1) PANTRY ON THE GO: Provides a mobile food pantry that delivers food across the state of MD to families. Deliveries may include canned meats, vegetables and other non-perishable items. This program reaches people who live in remote locations, who need food assistance or have no local pantry. Also assists agencies overburdened by increased needs to get more food to their clients without straining their operation. 2) DONATIONS: Accepts perishable and non-perishable foods and cash donations.WESTERN MARYLAND LOCATION: See separate listing under Western Maryland Food Bank.
Eligibility: Non-profit agencies, such as food pantries and soup kitchens.
Address:1322 West RdSalisbury, MD 21801Map & Directions
Services: FOOD PANTRY: Provides emergency food for anyone in need on Mon & Fri from 9:30AM-11:30AM. Pantry may be utilized once every 30 days per household. - -
Eligibility: Open to residents.
Documents To Bring: Must provide picture id and proof of residency.
Address:2300 Pot Spring RdLutherville Timonium, MD 21093Map & Directions
Services: FOOD PANTRY: Provides non-perishable food items to those in need once every 2-3 months. Must have photo ID. Walk-in Tue and Thur, 12Noon-2PM. Will offer two bags of groceries.
Eligibility: Open to those in need.
Documents To Bring: Photo ID.
Address:31901 Tri-County WaySalisbury, MD 21804Map & Directions
Services: OVERVIEW: Provides a wide range of employment support, education programs, emergency housing and a food pantry to farmworkers and their families, children born into poverty, low income and elderly residents. - - SERVICES: - 1) FARMWORKER: Provides guidance for eligible individuals who want to secure non-agricultural employment including outreach, assessment, orientation, job counseling, skill development identifying job interests, skills development, job placement and case management. - - 2) ENGLISH CLASSES( ESL): Offered as a second language for clients whose primary language is Spanish. Classes are taught each summer for 6 weeks at the Westover Labor Camp in Somerset County. The class is held 2 nights per week. Currently, there is a waiting list. Callers are being referred to Chesapeake College for ESL and GED classes. - - 3) EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY: Offers food pantry once every 30 days to anyone in need on Tues 9AM-12Noon & 1-4PM. Must provide identification, proof of family size and meet income guidelines. - - 4) PESTICIDE SAFETY PROGRAM: Offers training to farm workers according to the Worker Protection Standard under the Environmental Protection Act. - - 5) ENGLISH IN THE WORKPLACE PROGRAM: Offers preparation to speakers of languages other than English with skills needed to obtain and retain employment. - - 6) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Provides emergency assistance to farmworkers only with rent, mortgage and utilities when funds are available. - - 7) HOUSING ASSISTANCE: Provides homeownership and credit counseling to farmworkers. - - 8) READING IS FUNDAMENTAL (RIF): Offers a book distribution program to children of farmworkers. The program allows children to choose three books over the course of a summer to read and enjoy. - - 9) YOUTH EMPLOYMENT & JOB TRAINING PROGRAMS: Offers youth job training skills and development. For Wicomico County residents ages 16 to 21 years that is in need of obtaining a job. - - 10) OTHER PROGRAMS: Offers relocation, nutrition education, health and medical services information.
Eligibility: Migrant/seasonal farm workers and their families. Also those who are leaving farm work. Financial assistance based on family size.
Documents To Bring: Call for information.