Manna’s COVID-19 Response

Manna continues to serve our neighbors who are food insecure during these uncertain times. To account for social distancing needs and a surge in food requests related to COVID-19, we have modified and scaled our services, offering food in different formats and locations.

Because of the economic disaster, we have waived income requirements for our services.  All Montgomery County residents are eligible for our services.  While we are grateful for the support of public funding, Manna is an independent not-for-profit organization where all are welcome.  We are also proud to be a leading voice for Food for All in our community, and we are partnering with the MoCo Food Council to make sure everyone has the food resources they need.

Latest News

July 15, 2020: Manna continues to distribute food every day to neighbors in need at drive-thru satellite sites across the county. As our home delivery pilot program expands, we are seeking more food runners to meet the increasing demand. Please click here if you are interested in volunteering.

May 27, 2020: Manna has expanded on our Stay Put Pack home delivery program to include fresh produce and frozen meat. Read more about this ambitious effort, made possible by our awesome CFR volunteers!

May 11th, 2020: If you don’t have a bank account currently, in order to get the stimulus check THIS YEAR, you must open an account by May 13, 2020For help, and to learn how to remotely open a bank account, visit the FDIC’s information page

April 23rd, 2020: Manna Food Center will now provide Weekend Food Bags to 11 sites throughout the county, where MCPS partners will distribute to families with kids every Friday, from 11am-1pm.