Manna February Food Drive
The Manna Food Center serves nearly 20,000 families annually. It also provides more than half a million pounds of food at no charge each year to twenty-five partner organizations, including emergency shelters, group homes, soup pantries, and soup kitchens. This frees up $1 million annually to fund drug rehabilitation, life skill training, child care, and shelter.
What Does Trinity Do?
For all of the Sundays in February, Trinity collects non perishable food items for donation to the Manna Food Center in Rockville.
What Can I Do?
On your February visits to the grocery store or big box warehouse, pick up a few non-perishables and leave them near the greeter's stand in the Social Hall. Much needed items include: past, canned fruits and vegetables, cereals, powdered milk, tuna, cake mix, canned juices, soup, coffee, boxed dinners, peanut butter, and rice.
Who Should I Contact?
Please contact Susan Dodd, Pastor Kari Parsons, or Miriam Mendenhall with questions. You can also visit the The Manna Food Center website, or write them at
Manna Food Center
614 Lofstrand Lane
Rockville, MD 20850