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Franciscan Center Pantry

**We are in renovation so our food pantry is temporarily closed however we do hand out DSS boxes. We can be reached at 410-4657-5340 x113 The Franciscan Center of Baltimore, is a 501(c)3 organizations that works principally in metropolitan Baltimore, primarily in the neighborhood of Station North, Baltimore City. The Franciscan Center provides a multi-faceted approach to meeting the immediate crises that are faced by financially disenfranchised residents of Baltimore, while providing opportunities for these individuals and families to transition to greater financial security. We strive to offer fresh, healthful, nutritious foods in both our pantry and hot lunch programs. We serve the people of Baltimore with care and dignity, regardless of age, race, color, creed, or religious background

This listing was last updated May 26, 2022

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Hours are 10am-1pm

Hours updated 17 weeks ago

101 W 23rd Street, Baltimore, MD 21218, USAGet Directions

  • 410 467-5340

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  • Angela Hall

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