As a non-profit organization, the Food Council depends on the support of community members and organizations to achieve our mission. To contribute to our efforts to increase access to healthy food in our communities, support the reduction of food waste, and build a local, more sustainable food system, please make a tax-deductible donation here.Donate Now
Checks made payable to the Montgomery County Food Council can be mailed to:
Montgomery County Food Council
4825 Cordell Avenue, Suite 204
Bethesda, MD 20814
Facilitates a listening session with underserved residents to better understand the challenges they face in accessing healthy food
Supports our development of state and local policy positions on issues related to food security, composting initiatives, our local food and beverage sector, etc.
Supports screenings for food insecurity and making referrals to food assistance
Funds a collaboration with a local farm to glean and donate fresh produce
Goes towards creating resources to highlight local farms and food and beverage products
Third Wednesday of each month, 9-10:30am via Zoom.
4th Tuesday of each month, 9:30-11am via Zoom.
Are you an advocate or funder of regional food systems? Do you want to know more about RFS and “thinking regionally”?
The first Tuesday of the month from 9:30AM-11AM via Zoom.
Healing Caucus Spaces for BIPOC and White Farm, Garden, Food, Land Educators.
In the fight against hunger, data collection plays a critical role in assessing need, identifying service gaps and deploying resources.
Second Monday of each month, 1:00 to 2:30pm. Please register in advance.
Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) will hold its first-ever Youth Climate Summit for high school students on Saturday, March 5, at the Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville.
Join thousands of your fellow anti-hunger advocates from across the country at the 2022 virtual National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference (AHPC), March 15-17.