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Maryland Food Bank and WAER Systems: A New Partnership for a Better Future

Discover the exciting collaboration between Maryland Foodbank and WAER Systems to create a positive impact on the community.

Unveiling the PartnershipMAryland

Maryland Foodbank has recently signed a partnership agreement with WAER Systems, marking the beginning of an exciting collaboration between the two organisations. The partnership aims to combine the strengths and resources of both Maryland Foodbank and WAER Systems to create a better future for the community.

Through this partnership, Maryland Foodbank and WAER Systems will work together to address the pressing issues related to food insecurity and hunger in Maryland. By leveraging their expertise, resources, and networks, they hope to make a significant impact on the lives of individuals and families in need.

Benefits for Maryland Foodbank

The partnership with WAER Systems brings numerous benefits for Maryland Foodbank. First and foremost, it will enhance the organisation's capacity to distribute food to those in need. In partnership with Myers-Holum, WAER Systems will provide innovative technology solutions that streamline and optimise the food distribution process, ensuring that more individuals and families have access to nutritious meals.

Innovative Solutions by WAER Systems

WAER Systems is renowned for its cutting-edge technology solutions in the field of food distribution and logistics. Through this partnership, the organisation will bring its innovative solutions to Maryland Foodbank, revolutionising the way food is sourced, stored, and distributed.

Community Impact and Outreach

Founded in 1979, the Maryland Food Bank was the first food bank on the East Coast of the United States. The food bank’s statewide network of food assistance brings enough resources together to provide nearly 114,000 meals every day (more than 41 million meals annually) to hungry children, seniors, veterans, and hard-working families, meeting the immediate needs of hungry Marylanders while simultaneously working to create pathways out of hunger.