Feeding Programs

FOOD PANTRIES

Several of our locations are equipped with an onsite food pantry, which is stocked with nonperishable food and toiletry items. Walk ins and scheduled clients are eligible to receive items upon verification of identification and proof of housing with cooking facilities. (Applicable every 30 days).

MOBILE FEEDING

Our FeedMore mobile feeding program provides hot, healthy meals as well as clothing, warm blankets, and toiletries, to homeless and impoverished men, women, and children, six nights a week. FeedMore currently serves Aberdeen, Havre de Grace, and East and West Baltimore.

COMMUNITY FOOD GIVE AWAY

During the warmer months, The Salvation partners with the local food bank to host food give aways or “Pantry-on-the-Go”, which is a large food distribution event hosted at various sites to provide immediate supplementary food assistance throughout the community.We currently host this food event in Glen Burnie, Middle River, West Baltimore, Carroll and Howard County. (No i.d./documents required)

DMG FOODS GROCERY STORE

The Salvation Army’s DMG Foods is a non-profit grocery store in northeast Baltimore, designed to provide healthy and affordable food for all members of the community. It is the first grocery store in the nation to combine social service with a traditional grocery shopping experience. Our social services include nutritional guidance, shopping education, workforce development, and meal planning.

COMPLIMENTARY CAFE’S

To expand dining options for the community, we operate two complimentary cafes in central Maryland. Brass Hat Cafe in Westminster serves free, hot meals every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 4:30 pm – 6:00pm. Temple Corps also hosts Cornbread Cafe, which provides free lunch every Thursday from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm in West Baltimore.

HOLIDAY MEALS

From hosting dine-in Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners to delivering meals to distributing holiday food baskets, we give the gift of a full stomach to many. The Salvation Army makes sure low-income families, struggling seniors, and those without a home for the holidays have something to eat.