About Us

Moveable Feast

Why-Moveable-Feast-Featured-Video-LinkMoveable Feast has served Maryland for over thirty years, bringing healthy food and compassion to those living with chronic illnesses. The organization was founded during the height of the AIDS epidemic in 1989, to provide food, hope, and love to those living with HIV/AIDS, many of whom were members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Today, our service extends to Marylanders living with heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, among other serious chronic illnesses. We continue to drive our 30-year commitment forward to deliver food as medicine to an increasing number of Marylanders living without the necessary access, financial resources, and support to achieve the best quality of life. With proven performance and an evidence-based approach to medically tailored nutrition, we firmly believe in the power of food – and the force of our work – to fortify health.

Our Vision

A Maryland where people come together to feed people, fortify health, and foster hope.

Our Mission

Improve the health of Marylanders experiencing food insecurity and chronic illness by preparing and delivering medically tailored meals and providing nutrition education, thereby achieving racial, social, and health equity.

Our Values


Cultivate authentic and deep connections with one another and our diverse community through understanding, care, and empathy


Ask questions and seek solutions to overcome barriers and alleviate root causes of food insecurity and health disparities


Include multiple perspectives and strive for excellence in the meals we produce, the services we provide, and all we do


Show up, be honest, follow through, and be accountable


Envision and build together a future where people facing serious illness have the nutritious food they need to fortify health

Ride for the Feast

Ride for the Feast 2024 marks the 22nd year of Moveable Feast’s largest annual fundraising event! This event raises money to support Moveable Feast’s mission to serve people who live at the intersection of critical illness and food insecurity by preparing and delivering medically tailored meals and providing nutrition education, all at no cost to the client. We mobilize a community of volunteers and supporters to feed people, fortify health, and foster hope.

This year’s Ride will take place on Saturday, May 11, 2024 and starts and ends at the Talbot County Community Center in Easton, MD.

Questions: The Community Engagement Department, at development@mfeast.org or 410.327.3420 ext. 4

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