The City of Baltimore has launched meal sites across the City

Making sure all residents have access to food during this time is a priority for the city. Please click here for the official list of locations where grab-n-go meals are available, complete with time, meal and eligibility detail.The City of Baltimore has launched an interactive map of meal sites across the City.

City Schools sites will provide breakfast and lunch from 10 AM to 2 PM for school-aged children, and Recreation Centers will provide snacks beginning at 2 PM and dinner beginning at 5 PM to 7 PM.

Seniors who participate in Eating Together in Baltimore should reserve a meal through their Eating Together Site and should call Maryland Access Point at 410-396-2273 for their pickup time. Older adults who are not Eating Together Participants but need meals should also contact Maryland Access Point.

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