Worcester Food Assistance
Catholic Charities/Seton Center
Individual, couple, family counseling and crisis help as well as case management and a variety of emergency food distribution and social service programs for economically disadvantaged families.
Executive Director: Belinda (Bee) Miller – firstname.lastname@example.org
Emergency shelter, transitional housing, food pantry, case management and homeless prevention services for veterans and people in crisis.
Maryland Food Bank – Eastern Shore Branch
Sr. Regional Program Director: Jennifer Small – email@example.com
Providing food support for the public and community pantries, including outreach and Pantry on the Go to address food insecurity.
Executive Director: Sue Elias – firstname.lastname@example.org
Preparing and delivering medically tailored meals and providing nutrition education for those living at the intersection of food insecurity and serious chronic illness.
Salisbury Urban Ministries
Youth and family outreach, including the Kids’ Café after school & summer program, God’s Kitchen soup kitchen, Lazarus Food Pantry, Prescription assistance and Saturday Mens’ Welcome Center for homeless men.
Samaritan Ministries, Inc.
Executive Director: Shelly Daniels – email@example.com
Provides help in crisis situations by providing temporary housing for men, women and families, and supportive services enabling clients to achieve self-sufficiency. Soup kitchen and food pantry.
Local/MD State Director: Jennifer Shahan – firstname.lastname@example.org
Outreach, financial literacy and foodservice job training to promote self-sufficiency and improved stability. Food Pantry on site. Catering available through FAST program.
The Salvation Army Lower Eastern Shore
Executive Director: Capts. Matthew & Christina Trantham – email@example.com
Youth sports programs, after-school care, and summer camp. Senior citizen social activities and Pickleball Club. Emergency assistance for those in crisis, food pantry, and utility and rental assistance.
Worcester County GOLD
Executive Director: Nicholas Cranford Phone
GOLD (Giving Other Lives Dignity) provides emergency financial aid and basic needs items for Worcester County residents with low-income. Services include, rental and utility assistance, emergency food, and items for infants, children, and vulnerable adults. GOLD special programs include, Summer Activities for At-Risk Youth, School Supplies for Students, Thanksgiving Turkey Meals, and Helping Hands for the Holidays.
The Homeless Alliance for the Lower Shore (HALS) Resource Guide
This guide is created by the Homeless Alliance for the Lower Shore (HALS) and serves as a resource guide for Wicomico, Worcester, and Somerset Counties. Please reference and/or print this PDF for updated information as of August 2021.