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December 2022 Donation Drop-Off

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Stop by Sunday, December 11th between 1-3 pm to donate during our drive-thru contactless donation drop off event.

Community Crisis Center, Inc. 725 Main Street Reisterstown, MD 21136

Food: 100% Fruit Juice, Baby Food/Formula, Breakfast Cereals, Cake Mixes, Canned Chicken, Fruit, Tuna, Salmon, Soups, and Vegetables, Jello, Jelly, Pasta, Peanut Butter, Rice

Toiletries: Feminine Hygiene Products (pads/tampons), Infant/Child Diapers, Adult Incontinence Items (pads/underwear), Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash, Hand Soap, Razors

Toys: New unwrapped toys, puzzles, games, books up to age 16

Clothing: Clean, gently used winter clothing, shoes, and accessories in all sizes for infant to adult.

Please check expiration dates; we cannot accept any expired items. This is a collection event only; no food will be given out.

October 2022 Report

Neighbors Served- 4,740
Different Household Zip Codes Served- 36
Pounds of Food Served22,695

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 3,120
Government Food – 9,645
*Donated Food – 9,930 (includes 3,633 pounds of produce and dairy)
Food Purchased from Local Groceries – 0

 

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products/Toilet Paper/Other Paper Products- 236
Hand Sanitizer-72
Diaper Packs- 288
Infant Wipes- 47
Infant Formula/Food- 22
Deodorant- 302
Bar/Body Wash- 138
Hand Soap- 60
Feminine Hygiene Packs- 229
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste- 122
Adult Incontinence Packs- 175
Shampoo/Conditioner-194
Other Personal Care Items- 122
Laundry Detergent- 70
Socks- 296

Other Updates:

Volunteer Hours – 459

Bottoms Up Campaign-4,751 diapers, feminine, and incontinence items collected

Clothing- 580 individuals in 149 households (Jan-Oct)

September 2022 Report

Neighbors Served- 3,296
Different Household Zip Codes Served- 29
Pounds of Food Served25,181

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 10,146
Government Food – 9,040
Donated Food – 5,995
Food Purchased from Local Groceries – 0

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products/Toilet Paper/Other Paper Products- 501
Hand Sanitizer-52
Diaper Packs- 226
Infant Wipes- 38
Infant Formula/Food- 58
Deodorant- 194
Bar/Body Wash- 32
Hand Soap- 114
Feminine Hygiene Packs- 88
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste- 249
Adult Incontinence Packs- 87
Shampoo/Conditioner-108
Hygiene Kits- 120
Other Personal Care Items- 80
Laundry Detergent- 10
Children’s Activity Bags- 75
Socks- 408

Other Updates:

Volunteer Hours – 387

Bottoms Up Campaign-5,934 diapers, feminine, and incontinence items collected

Clothing- 500 individuals in 131 households (Jan-Sep)

August 2022 Report

Neighbors Served- 4,690
Different Household Zip Codes Served- 31
Pounds of Food Served28,420

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 13,308
Government Food – 9,015
Donated Food – 5,979
Food Purchased from Local Groceries – 118

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products/Toilet Paper/Other Paper Products- 737
Hand Sanitizer-103
Diaper Packs- 357
Infant Wipes- 52
Infant Formula/Food- 150
Deodorant- 236
Bar/Hand Soap- 385
Feminine Hygiene Packs- 171
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste- 412
Adult Incontinence Packs- 102
Shampoo/Conditioner-181
Other Personal Care Items- 157
Laundry Detergent- 27
Cleaning Wipes- 36
Other Household Items- 58
School Supplies-321

Other Updates:

Volunteer Hours – 401

Bottoms Up Campaign-4,958 diapers, feminine, and incontinence items collected

Clothing- 450 individuals in 113 households (Jan-Aug)

July 2022 Report

Neighbors Served- 4,304
Different Household Zip Codes Served- 39
Pounds of Food Served26,561

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 16,795
Government Food – 6,289
Donated Food – 2,693
Food Purchased from Local Groceries – 784

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products/Toilet Paper/Tissues- 749
Hand Sanitizer-170
Diaper Packs- 310
Infant Wipes- 26
Infant Formula/Food- 48
Deodorant- 270
Bar/Hand Soap- 208
Feminine Hygiene Packs- 181
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste- 278
Adult Incontinence Packs- 140
Shampoo/Conditioner-59
Personal Care Bags- 52
Other Personal Care Items- 85
Laundry Detergent- 90
Cleaning Wipes- 292
Other Cleaning Products- 38
Other Household Items- 145
Children’s Summer Activity Packs-30

Other Updates:

Volunteer Hours – 421

Bottoms Up Campaign-5,606 diapers, feminine, and incontinence items collected

Clothing- 402 individuals in 101 households (Jan-Jul)

June 2022 Report

Neighbors Served- 4,723
Different Household Zip Codes Served- 36
Pounds of Food Served35,676

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 14,874
Government Food – 11,787
Donated Food – 4,835
Food Purchased from Local Groceries – 4,200

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products/Toilet Paper/Tissues- 1,849
Hand Sanitizer-83
Sanitizing Wipes-1,680
Diaper Packs- 424
Infant Wipes- 41
Infant Formula/Food- 189
Deodorant- 304
Bar/Hand Soap- 210
Feminine Hygiene Packs- 230
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste- 719
Adult Incontinence Packs- 146
Shampoo/Conditioner- 74
Razors/Shaving Cream-45
Dish Soap-52
Scouring Pads200
Other Personal Care Items- 189
Other Cleaning Products- 106
Other Household Items- 300

Fathers’ Day Gifts-
84

Volunteer Hours – 529

Bottoms Up Campaign-7,283 diapers, feminine, and incontinence items collected

May 2022 Report

Clients Served- 4,402

Pounds of Food Served41,653

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 22,807
Government Food – 11,166
Donated Food – 6,780
Food Purchased from Local Groceries – 900

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products/Toilet Paper/Tissues- 1,178
Hand Sanitizer-668

Diaper Packs- 418
Infant Wipes- 108
Infant Formula/Food- 24
Deodorant- 307
Bar Soap- 742
Masks- 10
Feminine Hygiene Packs/Totes/Bags- 202
Hygiene Bags- 35
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste- 769
Adult Incontinence Packs- 140
Shampoo/Conditioner- 119
Other Personal Care Items- 48
Other Cleaning Products- 12
Mother’s’ Day Gifts- 60

Volunteer Hours = 487

34  Different Household Zip Codes Served

April 2022 Report

Clients Served- 4,791

Pounds of Food Served43,272

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 19,835
Government Food – 12,794
Donated Food – 4,152
Food Purchased from Local Groceries – 6,491

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products/Toilet Paper/Tissues- 1,392
Hand Sanitizer-104

Diaper Packs- 361
Infant Wipes- 75
Infant Formula/Food- 178
Deodorant- 361
Bar Soap- 425
Cleaning Products- 99
Laundry Detergent- 76
Dish Detergent- 49
Feminine Hygiene Packs/Totes/Bags- 418
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste- 876
Adult Incontinence Packs- 172
Shampoo/Conditioner- 44
Masks- 331
Other Personal Care Items- 111

Easter Baskets = 261
Mother’s’ Day Gifts = 125
Clothing Jan-Apr: 215 Individuals/52 Households

Zip Codes Served- 32 different household zip codes in 5 counties, Baltimore, Carroll, Anne Arundel, Montgomery and Baltimore City.

May 2022 Donation Drop-Off

Help to Give Hope

Stop by Sunday, May 15th between 1-3 pm to donate during our drive-thru contactless donation drop off event.

Community Crisis Center, Inc. 725 Main Street Reisterstown, MD 21136

Food: 100% Fruit Juice, Baby Food/Formula, Breakfast Cereals, Cake Mixes, Canned Chicken, Fruit, Tuna, Salmon, Soups, and Vegetables, Jello, Jelly, Pasta, Peanut Butter, Rice

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

Clothing: 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. This is a collection event only; no food will be given out.

March 2022 Report

Clients Served- 3,875

Pounds of Food Served40,748

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 22,524
Government Food – 10,586
Donated Food – 5,074
Food Purchased from Local Groceries – 2,564

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products/Toilet Paper/Tissues- 1,065
Hand Sanitizer-124

Diaper Packs- 368
Infant Wipes- 52
Infant Formula/Food- 138
Deodorant- 315
Hand/Bar Soap- 477
Cleaning Products- 99
Laundry Detergent- 140
Feminine Hygiene Packs- 268
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste- 713
Adult Incontinence Packs- 146
Shampoo/Conditioner- 32
Masks- 468
Other Personal Care Items- 34

Zip Codes Served- 38 different household zip codes in 7 counties, Baltimore, Carroll, Anne Arundel, Montgomery, Howard, Harford, and Prince Georges, and Baltimore City.