Manna Food Center is focused on ending hunger in Montgomery County. Whether a neighbor in need is experiencing hunger temporarily or coping with an ongoing crisis, we aim to eliminate hunger by providing nutritious food, life skills, and connections that enable participants to be well and thrive.
2019 – Sharing Good Food in Welcoming Spaces
With the support of our Board of Directors, donors, volunteers, and local policymakers, we laid the groundwork of a “Food for All” Capital Campaign which will allow Manna to reach 10,000 new hungry children, seniors and working poor by the end of 2020. This bold approach is focused on offering healthy, tasty, culturally appropriate food to high-poverty neighborhoods. We are also committed to strengthening those communities in partnership with organizations that share our values.
Read FY2019 Annual Report
2018 – Looking Back, Moving Forward
In this annual report, you’ll see much of what we’ve accomplished thanks to the community’s unwavering support. We share millions of pounds of food with tens of thousands of neighbors every year—but we do so with new techniques and technologies. We are creating improved ways to fight hunger both through community education and advocacy. Collaborations such as Thriving Germantown and Food is Medicine serve families holistically with participant-centered, data-driven strategies that reflect the best practices in our field.
Read FY2018 Annual Report