Baltimore City Food Distribution Sites MAP (Abbreviated)
Baltimore City Food Distribution Sites MAP (Full)
Weekend Food for Kids
Baltimore City Meal Distribution Sites
Baltimore City Public Schools Meal Sites
Baltimore City Public School System operating 18 food distribution sites, where students can receive breakfast and lunch between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. This is in place until at least April 24.
A list of the 18 sites can be found
Rec Centers Meal Sites
42 of the City’s 44 centers will instead serve as food distribution hubs, where school-age children can pick up a midday snack, and prepared dinners in the evening (this does not include special facilities such as Shake and Bake Family Fun Center and Upton Boxing Center). Beginning April 6, students will be able to pick up a snack beginning at 2:00 pm and receive dinner starting at 5:00 pm at any one of 42 recreation center sites and the dinner program will
end at 7:00 pm.
A list of 42 sites can be found here:
Older adults who participate in Eating Together in Baltimore should reserve a meal through their Eating Together Site and should call Maryland Access Point at 410-396-2273 for their pickup time. Older adults who are not Eating Together Participants but need meals should also contact Maryland Access Point.
University of Maryland Medical Center
The University of Maryland Medical Center will be providing Meal Distribution on Saturdays
Locations & Times vary.
Edmondson Village Shopping Center
4408 Edmondson Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21229
12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Frederick Douglas High School
2301 Gwynn Falls Parkway
Baltimore, MD 21217
11:45 am - 2:45 pm
Southwest Charter School
1300 Herkimer Street
Baltimore, MD 21223
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Samuel Coleridge Taylor Elementary School
507 W Preston Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
University of MD Weekend Meal Distribution Flyer
Eddie’s Roland Park
Chesapeake Farm to Table
Stores that Offer Special Accommodations for Seniors & Vulnerable Individuals
Every Tuesday and Thursday from 7am-9am is reserved for vulnerable shoppers, including senior citizens, to obtain groceries.
Seniors may shop from 6AM-7AM
Seniors may shop during first hour of each day
Seniors may shop an hour before stores open on Wednesdays
Seniors may shop an hour before opening
PUBLIC FOOD MARKETS
From the Baltimore Public Markets Corporation:
In accordance with new actions announced by Governor Hogan which include the closure of shopping centers, limiting gatherings, and narrowing the use of transit travel due to COVID-19, Lexington Market and Baltimore Public Markets will close to the public effective at 5:00 PM on March 19 and remain closed until further notice. The Markets Corporation realizes this may be an inconvenience to many, however, the design of our markets limits the feasibility of continued carry-out when our merchants do not have direct exterior access to offer walk-up or drive-through services. By stopping patrons from entering and congregating to make purchases and by keeping our employees from using public transportation to get to work, we are doing our part in slowing the progression of this disease. We take seriously our roles in ensuring the health and safety of those in our community and will be closing Lexington, Avenue, Broadway, Hollins and Northeast markets. We will continue to update information on our websites and social media.
FOOD HANDLING & DISTRIBUTION GUIDELINES
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Maryland Department of Human Services will provide all current SNAP recipients and new applicants with the maximum benefit amount for April and May. Apply now online, http://dhs.maryland.gov/food-supplement-program/applying-for-the-food-supplement-program/
ACCESS TO PET FOOD
The Maryland SPCA wants to help people keep their dogs and cats. If you need food assistance for your pet, please complete the form. They will review your request and contact you to confirm whether we can help and, if so, schedule a pickup time at 3300 Falls Rd. Please be aware: supplies are limited, so we can't guarantee all requests will be fulfilled.
To complete the form, please visit https://us5.list-manage.com/survey?u=68c2a1f32c1cd09d470577355&id=eba6c4c250
COVID-19 Food Strategy
The Mayors Office of Children and Family Success has created the COVID-19 Emergency Food Strategy which will increase the city's food assistance by incorporating new food distribution locations.
For more information please visit https://www.bmorechildren.com/new-folder-2
BCCC FREE SUMMER MEALS