Legato Day of Service – Maryland Food Bank

Every year, the Legato Day of Service serves as an opportunity to step away from our day jobs and to give that time to a worthy cause or organization. This year, we chose to return to the Baltimore warehouse of the Maryland Food Bank.

From the Food Bank: “Legato, thank you for donating your time and energy to fighting hunger in Maryland! Your support makes it possible for us to distribute more than 37 million meals annually through our network of 1,250 distribution partners across the state.

After all of your hard work, you may be curious about just how much food your efforts contributed to Marylanders in need. You helped pack over 10,244 pounds of food, which equates to 8,534 meals! To learn more about the impact your work has on our hungry neighbors, listen to their stories. Thanks to volunteers like you, we are one step closer to achieving our goal of ending hunger throughout Maryland.”


Our mission is to lead the movement and nurture the belief that together we can improve the lives of Marylanders by ending hunger.

The Maryland Food Bank is a nonprofit hunger-relief organization, leading the movement to end hunger throughout Maryland. For more than 35 years, the Maryland Food Bank has partnered with communities across the state to distribute food to individuals and families in need becoming the leading anti-hunger organization in the state. Through carefully crafted programs, the food bank aims to meet the immediate needs of Marylanders while simultaneously working to find long-term ways to reduce hunger statewide. Currently distributing more than 112,000 meals per day — more than 41 million meals annually — the Maryland Food Bank will continue to expand its efforts until hunger ends.

The Maryland Food Bank operates from three facilities: one in Baltimore, one in Salisbury, and one in Hagerstown. Through our extensive network of soup kitchens, pantries and schools, our branches distribute food across 21 counties and Baltimore City. See more at: https://mdfoodbank.org