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Holiday Harvest Food Pantry Drive
Local shop's are teaming up with the Eva Johnson Foundation to fill the pantry at Mount Zion Methodist Church located on Main Street's West end.
If you’ve not heard of them, The Eva Johnson Foundation is a non-profit foundation established in honor of Mrs. Eva Virginia Johnson of Ellicott City, Maryland. Ms. Eva, as she is fondly known, has devoted more than 60 years of her life to improve the quality of life for the residents of her community.
The purpose of this foundation is to assist the residents of Ellicott City by providing food during emergency situations. Although the main focus of the foundation is a food bank, it is the intent of the EJF to extend its services to include assistance with clothing and educational assistance.
Below you will find a list of participating shops where you can drop your much needed canned or non perishable goods.
Thank you and have a happy and healthy holiday!
Drop Off Locations
3720 Maryland Ave
A Journey From Junk*
8247 Main Street
Art & Artisan
8020 Main Street
8307 Main Street
8080 Main Street
8289 Main Street
Howard County Welcome Center
8267 Main Street
8120 Main Street
8018 Main Street
8307 Main Street
Pam Long Photography
8202 Main Street
Reyes Jewelry Exchange
8186 Main Street
8167 Main Street
Sweet Elizabeth Jane
8125 Main Street
8188 Main Street
The Wine Bin
* receive a special gift or discount when dropping of at these locations. Please contact shop for details.
|Where||The Ellicott City Historic District 8267 Main St, Ellicott City, MD 21043|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Kids, Teens, Families, Seniors|
More About The Ellicott City Historic District
The Ellicott City Historic District lies at the heart of Ellicott City's Main Street. In 1772, Joseph, John and Andrew Ellicott purchased 700 acres of land along the Patapsco River. They created grist mills and exported wheat and other goods along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Today, the district is home to all kinds shops selling antiques, clothing, hand-made jewelry, accessories, candy, toys, wine and more. In addition, there is a nice selection of restaurants and bars. The Ellicott City Historic District has a rich history.
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