Free: SHARE Food Network
Our Town is a SHARE Food site.
For a FREE monthly food package, call Martha at 301.699.9699 x1223
Package pickups: on specified Friday, 12 pm at First Baptist Church, 4000 Wallace Rd (Church St door).
The Town pays for these valued food packages using American Rescue Plan funds. SHARE Food Network is part of Self Help and Resource Exchange, a 200-organization network of nonprofit community-building to: provide nutritious food to families and individuals at a reduced cost; promote volunteer service; and build partnerships with local groups.
Free: Produce for Seniors
Unavailable until further notice due to COVID-19.
Check for updates here, on Facebook and the community channel.
Normally, Produce for Seniors is held 10:30 am at North Brentwood Community Center
Pickup is the 3rd Tues each month (bring bags). The time subject to change. We now give out free produce: second Friday of each month @ 11:30am at the Community Center.
The North Brentwood Senior for Produce Program was honored with the Maryland Municipal League’s 2020 Achievement Award. In addition to fresh produce and fruit, seniors can choose from a variety of food staples.
WMATA Senior SmarTrip Cards
$2 at North Brentwood Community Center. See front entry staff to buy.
Must be 65+ (bring your government photo ID).
WMATA Senior SmarTrip Cards are used in DC, MD and VA to pay for fares in Metrorail stations, Metro parking garages/lots, Metrobus routes, MTA, and partner regional bus providers.
Seniors Nutrition Program
Wednesdays and Fridays at the Gwendolyn Britt Senior Center.
Enjoy a healthy meal for a small donation.
Those 60-plus may reserve meals by calling Nutrition Manager Cecilia Lewis at 301.277.4231, or by contacting the Department of Family Services’ Aging Services Division at 301.265.8475.
Register at least one day in advance; to cancel a meal, call Cecilia at least two days prior. Suggested donation of $4 per meal (exact change only).
Free: Summer Fun Learning Program
Saturday mornings from mid-July to mid-August @ NBCC - for K-5 kids
2002 TBD due to Covid.
Pictured: During our last summer program (in 2019), participants visited the National Health and Medicine Museum, in Silver Spring. Each child made workable lamp lights as a project.
Little Free Tree House Library
4505 39th Place
Borrow a book...put in a book to share with the neighborhood.
This Free Library program is a great way to recycle books, share good-reads with others and build a literacy-friendly neighborhood. Share: the more books, the better (but nothing inappropriate). There are books for all ages.
Return the book when you’ve finished reading it or give it to a friend. Our goal is to keep the library stocked with old, new and classic books.
North Brentwood's government, the state and community groups foster Town programs.
There's always something interesting to do, for all age groups: from parents' night out, to teen activities, senior gatherings, and family events, such as holiday celebrations and North Brentwood Day (Town anniversary).
Below are just a few of our ongoing programs benefiting citizens, and making North Brentwood the kind of Town that inspires neighbors to support each other.