Saint Martin’s Barn/Resource Center
The Food Pantry provides food and supplies to families and individuals each month. All food items are supplied either through government funding or through the generosity of local businesses, farms and donors. At the Food Pantry, we serve approximately 250 families a month. Besides providing food, food pantry employees and volunteers work to educate families about good nutrition and healthy eating, and help connect them to additional services as needed.
The Thrift Shop offers affordable, quality clothing, and household items.
For more information on eligibility and available services please contact Odette Boyce-Galvez at 410.634.2437 x 111 or by email at OBoyce@StMartinsMinistries.org.
Hours: Open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 8:30 - 11:30 a.m., Wednesday 6 - 7:30 p.m.
Homelessness Prevention is available. Staff at Saint Martin’s can help clients navigate the resources available to potentially help them avoid eviction and keep their lights, water and heat on. Some eligibility criteria applies.
At Saint Martin’s House (SMH), an emergency shelter for families, we provide a safe haven for families struggling with homelessness.
Since 1992, SMH has helped more than 600 families regain their independence.
Areas served—Maryland and surrounding states.
Eligibility determined on a case-by-case basis.
For more information on SMH or to get help please contact Heidi, 410.634.2537 x 106 or at HWalker@StMartinsMinistries.org.
"I only get $16 a month in food stamps. Saint Martin's - you are a part of my monthly food budget."
"Saint Martin's helped me stay in my home. You were the only ones who would help me."
"Without Saint Martin's we would not have enough to get through the month."
"They believed in me when I didn't believe in myself."