Community Assistance Network provides supplemental food to income eligible, Baltimore County Residents. The supplemental food package provides breakfast, lunch, dinner and two snacks per day for seven days based on a family size of four. Larger families can expect to receive a food supplement that adequately addresses the needs of their family.
It is the goal of the CAN pantry to provide individuals and families with a nutritionally balanced food supplement package. We strive to provide staples from each major food group to each household. Please be advised the supplemental package contents may vary depending on received donations and available inventory.
The CAN pantry recognizes that individuals in our community benefit when we have various
miscellaneous items available. We work diligently to secure donations of the pet food, laundry, detergent, soap, shampoo, conditioner, household goods, toiletries and so much more. Let us know what you need! Please be advised there is a limit of three miscellaneous items per household.
Food Pantry Address
7900 E. Baltimore Street, 21224 (Dundalk area)
Open Monday - Friday
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
We ask that clients arrive 15 minutes prior to the end of each distribution session. No exceptions will be made. We thank you for your understanding as we continue
to strive to meet your needs while following COVID-19 protocols and servicing an influx of
new and returning clients.
New to CAN: Saturday Food Distribution
10am-12pm (on the following dates)1
June 12, 2021
July 10th 2021
August 14th 2021
September 11th 2021
Closed on the following Holidays
New Years Day- Jan 1st
Martin Luther King Day- 3rd Monday in February
Memorial Day- Last Monday in May
Independence Day- July 4th
Labor Day- 1st Monday in September
Columbus Day- 2nd Monday in October
Veterans Day- November 11th
Thanksgivings Day- 4th Thursday in November
Day After Thanksgiving- 4th Monday in November
Christmas Day- December 25th
Eligible recipients may receive supplemental food once every 30 days.
Documents Needed for Food Pantry Assistance
1. Primary household member 18 and over must be present.
2. Current State ID for Primary household member18 and over with Current Baltimore County address.
Proof of replacement ID/DL accepted
Some other forms of ID accepted (Jail release ID, Hospital)
3. Social Security Cards for all household members are required on the first and redetermination visits (every six months).
Proof of replacement from Social Security Administration receipt accepted
4. Income information for all household members
SSI, SSDI, TCA, Food Stamps, Section 8, Paystubs for last 30 days, child support, unemployment, or pension.
If no source of income, client will need to sign No income verification letter to support lack of income.
5. Proof of Baltimore County Residence i.e. Current Lease, Utility Bill
6. Authorized Power of Attorney or Proxy notarized letter from Client along with signed HMIS consent form
The Can Food Pantry is here to serve and assist you. You may contact the food pantry manager,
Carla Schroyer at 410-285-4674 ext. 112 or firstname.lastname@example.org