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Community Hub Partner Schools
Site Office: Charles Carroll MS Hub - 6130 Lamont Dr. New Carrollton, MD 
Phone: 443-803-3274 | Email: fbcog@thecollaborativefbcog.com 
 

Charles Carroll Middle School Community Hub

Your Warm

“HEART’S & WILLING HANDS of SERVICE” Are Always Welcome-

Charles Carroll Community Partners Food Pantry
In Partnership with Capital Food Bank, World Vision, TNI@ Schools, New Carrollton Mayors Office,  Local and State Agencies, Grassroot Organizations, Community Advocates & Faith Houses, and many others…
To provide nutritious food & resource aides to the its students, feeder schools, and community. 

JOIN US TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY-VOLUNTEER ON SCHEDULED MARKET DATES
STUDENTS, ADULTS, COLLEGE STUDENTS, AND ARE GROUPS ENCOURAGED TO VOLUNTEER
NOTE:
Students ages 12 and older may volunteer without a parent or guardian.

Students ages 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult or guardian.
Students are afforded the opportunity to Earn Community Service while learning Community Advocacy While Serving their Community, and garner a Marketable Job Skill. Students Volunteering for 1 year will receive letters of recommendation.
Have questions contact our site office at 443-803-3274, or via email at fbcog@thecollabortivefbcog.com

JOIN US TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER ON SCHEDULED PANTRY/FAMILY MARKET DATES ADULTS, COLLEGE STUDENTS, GROUPS ARE ENCOURAGED TO VOLUNTEER

 

Contact Us

Have questions contact our site office at 443-803-3274, or via email at fbcog@thecollaborativefbcog.com 

Emergency Assistance

Need Immediate HELP! Call-The Hunger Lifeline is operated:

Monday – Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Phone: (202) 639-9770

Volunteer Hours

  • Friday's for Pantry -Setup from 3 PM-6 PM 

  • Saturday Pantry Distributions from 8 AM-1:30 PM

Criteria for Volunteering

  • Students ages 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult/guardian.

  • Students ages 12 and older may volunteer without and parent or guardian.

  • All volunteers must be ready and willing to serve the community with warm hearts and smiles

  • Willing to take direction from market leaders

Benefits of Volunteering

 

  • Students Volunteering for 1 year will receive letters of recommendation.

  • Students earn Community Service Hours every time they serve

  • Students learn marketable job skills and the importance of community advocacy and service.

Food Pantry Core Partners