Donate now to feed Baltimore's children and families struggling with food insecurity!
Help us Feed Families in Need!
There’s a food crisis in Baltimore and it’s having devastating effects on our communities. 24% of all Baltimore City households simply don’t have enough to eat and we need to do more to help them.
What if you didn’t have enough food to feed your entire family? Could you decide which of your children got breakfast and which didn’t? That’s one of the many heartbreaking decisions that far too many Baltimore City parents, grandparents, and caregivers make every day. And we are not doing nearly enough to tackle the food insecurity crisis.
The Bradley and Nikki Bozeman Foundation created its first SYNC (Supporting Your Neighbors and Communities) Food Security Hub at Baltimore's Mount Pleasant Community Development Corporation in July 2020. Through SYNC Mount Pleasant’s drive-up food distribution, homeless meals initiative, and satellite food support, the program has delivered over 1 million meals to hungry children and families in the Baltimore Metro Area. But we are not doing nearly enough! It will take more than 350,000 meals a day to cut Baltimore’s food insecurity rate in half and parallel with the 10.5% state and national averages.
SYNC Mount Pleasant distributes food with dignity to 400 weekly households, each of whom receives a non-perishable food box to feed 3 meals a day to a household of 4 people for 5 days. Non-perishable food boxes are supplemented with fresh dairy, produce, and bread. In the coming months, The Bozeman Foundation’s SYNC Program will launch 5 satellite food distribution sites throughout Baltimore and each site, providing 20,000 meals a week to children, families, and seniors in need has an annual cost of $260,000. We need your help.
Please consider joining Brad and Nikki Bozeman to tackle food insecurity in Baltimore by making a tax-deductible charitable donation to help feed hungry families. Together, we can make a difference!
Visit Bozemancharity.com for additional information on The Bradley and Nikki Bozeman Foundation’s campaign to end food insecurity in Baltimore.