Great Harvest is baking bread for the hungry.
Adding just $5 to your receipt allows Great Harvest to bake bread for the hungry. Why not add $25 (5 loaves), $50 (10 loaves) or more?
Please call (410) 268-4662 to place your order or visit the store at 208 Ridgely Avenue. Bread will be distributed to organizations in Annapolis that serve the most vulnerable.
WABA is Partnering with Friends of Annapolis Moms to benefit Center of Help, Inc. Anne Arundel County:
In times of crisis, FOAM meets the urgent needs of our Annapolis Moms community. Your donation will help enable a rapid response to the COVID-19 Crisis in our community of families.
Please also consider buying food for donation to our Drop-Off point at Art Things.
Donate to the West Annapolis Pop-Up Pantry! Accepting donations of non-perishables, diapers, baby items, etc.
You can order and ship donations directly to #2 Annapolis Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
Please donate paper, pens, and office supplies to students in need.
Please consider donating office supplies that you are not using if your business has slowed or you have temporarily closed. Contactless drop-off in the box at Art Things.
Many children around the Annapolis area are in need of books while AACPS and AACPL are closed. For those children access to online resources is limited so physical books are needed. We are partnering with Centro de Ayuda to distribute books to families in need. We will also distribute books at weekly food drives around the city.
Bean Rush Cafe, Be Home, Harry Browne’s, Caliente Grill
A special thank you to WABA Members and Businesses Supporting our Efforts
Hardesty Funeral Homes, Jim Govoni
McCrone Engineering- Rob Sell
Evelyn’s Annapolis- Brandon Stalker
Olmo Landscape and Nursery Larry Olmo
Bean Rush Cafe
Rutabaga Craft Juicery
Thank you so much Sons and Daughters of Italy Lodge #2225 for your donation to Center of Help!