- Food items – GREATEST NEEDS: canned meats, healthy snacks, soup
- Fresh produce – fruits and vegetables
- Financial Contributions-may be designated for food or financial assistance; checks should be made out to the Bowie Interfaith Pantry or Bowie Food Pantry
- Personal Care Items – travel size items as well as regular size shampoo, lotion, soap, deodorant
We cannot accept expired food items.
Groups and individuals are encouraged to join our Adopt-a-Shelf Program. You would be responsible for helping to keep the shelf stocked throughout the year. This can be done by collection of the adopted food item or by providing financing for the purchase of item.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc./Psi Epsilon Omega Chapter – Soup
American Legion Auxiliary – Personal care items
James and Helen Bates – Canned/Dry goods
Beta Omega Chapter – Personal care items
Bethel Church – Rice
Bowie Apostolic Ministries, International – Pasta
Bowie Ice Arena – Soup
Bowie Lions Club – Desserts/Meats
Cindy Freland, Author – Peanut butter/Jelly
Faith Fellowship Church – Tuna fish/Cereal
Helping People Who Help People Foundation – Peanut butter/Jelly
Jack and Jill of America GSM – Cereal
Jack and Jill of America Prince George’s County – Canned vegetables
Ladies of Bowie – Canned/dried beans, Canned fruit
Mitchellville Drifters – Paper products/Food items
Mount Oak United Methodist Church – Canned fruit/Applesauce
Northridge Community – Tomato products
Perfecting Worship Center – Pasta/Applesauce
Phoenix Chapter #86 Order of the Eastern Star – Canned/Dry goods
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church – Beef stew/Dry goods
Springdale Community Church – Pasta/Pasta sauce
Sweetheart Wedding Vows – Personal care items
Top Ladies of Distinction Prince George’s County Chapter – Peanut butter
Trinity Lutheran Church – Spaghetti sauce
United Parish of Bowie – Rice
ALL SHELVES/FOOD ITEMS ARE AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION. Due to the number of people coming to the pantry for food, no one group is expected to keep the shelf stocked for the month.
The Bowie Interfaith Pantry and Emergency Aid Fund is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization. All donations are tax deductible. Receipts are available at the pantry.
We DO NOT have any volunteer opportunities available at this time.
Volunteer opportunities will be listed in our Newsletter.
Drop Off Sites in Bowie
- Pantry during open hours only
- Bowie Senior Center
- Bowie Gymnasium
- Bowie Ice Arena
- Kenhill Center (front entrance)
- Long and Foster (NOW in Crofton)
- Starbucks (FreeState Mall)
- Weichert Realtors