Our Daily Bread Hot Meal Program2021-04-22T14:54:09+00:00

Our Daily Bread Employment Center Hot Meal Program

Want to volunteer to serve meals at Our Daily  Bread Employment Center?

We are welcoming volunteers back to a hybrid meal service (partially grab-and-go, partially dining room) beginning May 10! COVID safety precautions will be in place, and we will operate at a limited capacity. Want to join us? Call 667-600-3438 for a slot! (Phone calls only, please!)

Feeding those who are hungry in Baltimore

Our Daily Bread is Maryland’s largest hot meal program, serving more than a quarter of a million meals to those experiencing hunger in Baltimore City each year. We serve a nutritious lunch every day of the year and breakfast to seniors and individuals with disabilities each weekday. The Classic Casserole Program at Our Daily Bread is the backbone of this program.

Since June 1, 1981, we have never missed a day of lunch service to those experiencing hunger in Baltimore, in spite of blizzards, hurricanes or any other occurrence.

Our Daily Bread is a place where all are welcome, where people whose lives are burdened by the hardships of the human condition are served with dignity and reverence. We serve with a passion and love for our sisters and brothers as we meet their need for food, resources, direction and the building up of the human spirit.

Every plate comes with a warm welcome and a smile that is always worn by the volunteers who serve.

Contact our volunteer line at 667-600-3438 or [email protected] for information, to find out what we need most, to find a drop off location or arrange a pickup.

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Our Daily Bread Hot Meal Program in the News, Stories & Testimonials

Lining up for a meal and so much more

April 30th, 2021|

On a recent Tuesday, a few dozen people line up for a hot meal at Our Daily Bread Employment Center. Some are regulars; others have come for the first time. Each of them has a [...]

Guest post: WBAL-TV’s Megan Pringle

April 20th, 2020|

We are grateful to WBAL-TV reporter Megan Pringle for her touching reflection and for her commitment to concern for our neighbors experiencing homelessness, poverty and food insecurity. Megan Pringle I have been working [...]

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