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Feeding Carroll County's hungry since 1982.

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Neighbors helping neighbors

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Supplying weekly supplemental groceries

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Holiday Hope

Carroll County Food Sunday is grateful to be a designated charity for the 2020 Carroll County Times “Holiday Hope” campaign. Please use the following link to donate and help combat food insecurity in our community.



Effective Tuesday, July 21, normal operating hours resume for the Westminster location at 10 Distillery Drive:

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 10:00 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.

All volunteers, staff, and clients must wear a mask or face covering while in the building. Changes have been made to the reception area to allow for social distancing.

The Taneytown location at St. Joseph Catholic Church will remain temporarily closed for plumbing repairs. Food distribution is currently being conducted at Trinity Lutheran Church, 38 West Baltimore Street in Taneytown, on Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. to Noon. We will make an announcement when the St. Joseph's location can reopen.

If you are experiencing a food emergency, call 410-386-3800 for help.

Shop on AmazonSmile and Support CCFS

When shopping on Amazon, simply go to and select Carroll County Food Sunday to receive donations before you begin shopping. There is no cost to you. Every eligible purchase you make at will result in a donation to CCFS by the Amazon Foundation of 0.5% of the purchase price. For more information about the AmazonSmile program click here.


How to Help Carroll County Neighbors

All donations are tax deductible and stay in Carroll County. Many food purchases support local businesses. Click How to Help for our Wish List of donated food items.

Who We Are

Carroll County Food Sunday (CCFS) is a 501c3 non-profit organization of volunteers and members of the community coming together as neighbors helping neighbors by supporting Carroll County residents in meeting their emergency and supplemental food needs.

Our program aims to sustain health, good nutrition and energy, raise human potential and do so in a manner that enhances human dignity.

Learn more about Carroll County Food Sunday.
“For the sake of human decency, feeding the poor and the hungry people of Carroll County must be a concern for all of us who are not hungry.” - Dominic Jollie, Founder - after launching Carroll County Food Sunday (CCFS) in 1982.