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May 2021 Drive-Thru Donation Dropoff

May 2021 Food and Clothing Drive - Details in Text Below

Help Us Help Others

Stop by Sunday, May 2nd between 1-3 pm to donate during our drive-thru contactless donation drop off event.

Food: 100% Fruit Juice, Baby Food/Formula, Breakfast Cereals, Canned Chicken, Tuna, Salmon, Canned Soups, Canned Vegetables, Fruit Cups or Cans, Instant Mashed Potatoes, Jelly, Pasta, Peanut Butter, Rice

Toiletries: Feminine Hygiene Products, Infant/Adult Diapers, Paper Towels, Shampoo, Toilet Paper, Toothbrushes/Toothpaste

Clothing: Today only. Clean, gently used spring and summer clothing, shoes, and accessories in all sizes for infant to adult.

Please check expiration dates; we cannot accept any expired items. Please ensure clothing is in good shape and can be reworn. CCC is not accepting household items of any kind at this time. This is a collection event only; no food will be given out.

Community Crisis Center March 2021 Report

Clients Served- 4,209

Pounds of Food & Beverages Served72,617

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 36,491
Government Food – 2,440
Donated Food – 10,536
Donated Beverages – 23,040
Food Purchased from Other Sources – 110

Hygiene Necessities

Diapers- 473
Sanitary wipes- 56
Adult Incontinence Aids- 70
Feminine Hygiene- 235
Reusable Masks- 284

Zip Codes Served- 26 different household zip codes in 7 counties

Baltimore County households- 1,124 
Baltimore City households-  68
Carroll County households-  23
Anne Arundel households- 6
Montgomery households- 2
Prince Georges households- 2
Howard County households- 1