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Ministering to Families' Needs...

SHABACH! Emergency Resource Center is charged with the responsibility of making sure that families, regardless of socio-economic status, are prevented from experiencing risk factors that limit their capacity to meet individual and societal expectations.  The center provides support and help to all who may be in need. 


SHABACH! provides support

to anyone who is in NEED of emergency assistance.

We provide families with:

  • food

  • clothing

  • housewares

  • housing information

  • health and nutrition information

  • connection to and information about  the Prince George’s Department of Social Services



First Baptist Church of Glenarden -


403 Brightseat Road
Landover, MD 20785
Call: 240.532.7000


Times of Assistance

Hours of Operation:  

Monday - Friday

10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Client Services Offered:  

Monday – Friday

11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Thank You to our Volunteers!

SHABACH! Ministries, Inc. is exceedingly grateful for our volunteers.  They, along with our staff work tiredlessly to ensure that our warehouse and clothing boutique are consistently stocked and ready to serve those in need of assistance.  They are the lifeline of our organization.


If interested in joining our ministry in this way, please visit our JOIN US Page to sign up. 


Weekend Snack Pack Program

We supply snack packs for homeless children, of five area schools, who would not have food to eat on Saturdays and Sundays. 

Family Unwrapping

Families in Transition

This program help families with housewares, clothing and groceries, who are in transition from halfway houses, homeless shelters, and  alternative housing to their own housing provided by Maryland/DC government and other donors.


College Student Recognition Event

Provides to our college students items they may need while they are at college or attending college at home. 

Diet Salad

Wellness Will Work

This is a program to help those who may have chronic illnesses such as high blood pressure, heart diseases, etc. to manage their illness better by cooking and eating  organic and fresh produce.  A LPN monitors their health for 6 month to make sure they are doing better with their health challenges.

Crate of Fresh Fruit

Million Meal Project

This program is in partnership with the Department of Social Services to make sure our community has fresh fruit and  produce to promote good health. 


Helping Hands to Seniors

We supply to our Seniors personal care items for themselves and additional items to share with other seniors.


Coat Drive

A yearly program giving coats to our community and school children who are in need


Infant Program

This program meets the needs for diapers, formula, baby wipes, clothing and food for infants and toddlers


Food Pantry

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Christmas for Our Children

We distribute toys and clothing to children in our community.


Senior Outreach Program

 This program meets the needs of our senior population by addressing the challenges of making sure they have food and personal care items in their homes.

Clothing Closet

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