Each Thanksgiving, we see an amazing display of community spirit as hundreds of folks come together to bake a casserole (or, three) for our annual Casserole Challenge. This initiative is all about lending a hand to feed thousands of children and adults in Baltimore facing food insecurity. Taking part is simple: bake a casserole, pop it in the freezer and then swing by one of our drop-off spots on Tuesday, November 28. Your effort can make a world of difference!
Deaf, hard-of-hearing, ASL students and ASL users invited to a casserole baking party! Together, we will connect, schmooze and make delicious casseroles for those in need. This event will be in ASL. Please let us know if you require a voice interpreter or any other accommodations to participate.Register Here
Join us for an Israeli cooking party for our volunteers aged 55+. Together we’ll prepare Israeli couscous casseroles and learn about the dish, led by our Israeli emissary, Maian. The group will enjoy one casserole and we’ll donate the rest of them.Register Here
Sign up today for our Casserole Challenge using the form below. On Tuesday, November 28, drop off your baked frozen casserole, cover with foil (no raised lids – please!), and label with key ingredients and reheat instructions.
Need some recipe suggestions? Click here.
Learn more about why this project is important. Click here for our service learning resources!
Have questions about Casserole Challenge? Visit our FAQ page.