Thank You For Helping Us Advocate For A State Budget That Promotes A Hunger-Free Maryland

Follow this link to read our letter to Governor Hogan (pdf), which requests that he prioritize funding for programs that reduce food insecurity for Maryland’s youngest residents. Maryland Hunger Solutions and members of the Partnership to End Childhood Hunger met with Lt. Governor Rutherford on November 29, 2016 to discuss the anti-hunger budget priorities outlined in this letter.

A special thank you to the following groups for signing on to the letter: Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington, Advocates for Children and Youth, Baltimore Partnership to End Childhood Hunger, Capital Area Food Bank, CASA, Community Crisis Center, Inc., Critical Issues Forum: Advocacy for Social Justice of Montgomery County, Crossroads Community Food Network, D.C. Hunger Solutions, Gaithersburg HELP, Govanstowne Farmers’ Market, Homeless Persons Representation Project, Inc., House of David, Advocates for Fathers, Inc., Inspiration Factory, LLC, Interfaith Works Carroll House Shelter, Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, Loyola University Maryland, Center for Community Service and Justice, Marian House, Maryland Alliance for the Poor, Maryland CASH Campaign, Maryland Center on Economic Policy, Maryland Farmers Market Association, Maryland Food Bank, Inc., Maryland Hunger Solutions, Maryland Out of School Time Network, Maryland Public Health Association, Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, Inc., Montgomery County Community Action Board, Montgomery County Food Council, Moveable Feast, Inc., National Health Care for the Homeless Council, No Kid Hungry Maryland, Paul’s Place, Inc., Pinewood Village Resident Council, Prince George’s County Food Equity Council, Public Justice Center, Seedco, St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore, and the Washington County Hunger Group.