Montgomery County Food Bank proudly helps stock the shelves of our many partner food pantries across the county, allowing us to provide a supplemental food source to individuals and families experiencing hardship, youth aged out of foster care, seniors living on fixed incomes, homeless individuals, and more.
Mobile markets are drive-thru food distributions that allow Montgomery County Food Bank to bring food assistance directly to areas of high need, serving up to 300-400 families at each distribution.
Montgomery County Food Bank delivers fresh, nutritious groceries directly to seniors’ doors at several locations in Montgomery County, most being low-income senior apartment complexes.
Montgomery County Food Bank works with 70+ schools within the six school districts in Montgomery County. With dignity and compassion, we provide nutritious, kid-friendly food for children who may not have access to healthy food via 20+ school pantries, school mobile markets, and a backpack food bag program.
Montgomery County Food Bank offers nutrition classes to seniors, adults and children at locations throughout our service area. Courses cover the basics of good nutrition, how to grocery shop on a budget, and how to prepare healthy foods.
Montgomery County Food Bank fights hunger and reduces food waste through retail rescue, recycling and composting, and our innovative Produce Rescue Center. Since its inception in 2017, the Produce Rescue Center has saved over 19 million pounds of produce from the landfill, redirecting it to the tables of those in need.