The State Highway Administration (SHA) is partnering with the Maryland State Police (MSP) during September to collect food donations for the Maryland Food Bank, during "Hunger Action Month."
Food donations (canned goods) will be collected at 37 SHA locations throughout the state starting on Tuesday, September 3, the official kick -off for the food drive. Donations from the public will be collected through Monday, September 30th. Food donations can be dropped off between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, at any of 28 SHA Maintenance Shops; seven District Offices or SHA Headquarters in Baltimore, or the Statewide Operations Center in Hanover. " Up in your area, you can drop off canned goods at our District Office on Buckeystown Pike," said SHA spokesman Dave Buck. "You can also take your donations over to the Law Enforcement Mall, on Airport Drive," continued Buck.
For a list of all 37 SHA locations where food donations can be made visit www.roads.Maryland.gov . Bright orange banners emblazoned with "Hunger Action Month" will be visible at each food collection site.