(Baltimore, MD., March 9, 2019) Scott Wykoff, WBAL Radio’s charismatic reporter, spent the morning at Our Daily Bread Employment Center learning about the extensive meal program as well as job training and placement services.

“Guests come to Our Daily Bread for a hot meal but gain much more including access to counseling, training and job placement,” said Nicole Williams, program director for Christopher Place, a two-year, residential program at the Center that serves men who’ve experienced years of homelessness and substance misuse.

On Saturday, March 9, Our Daily Bread Employment Center will celebrate its work with the 28th Annual Taste of Maryland Dinner at the American Visionary Art Museum.

Since 1981, the Our Daily Bread has never missed serving a meal to those in need.  https://www.wbal.com/article/376519/124/taste-of-maryland-more-than-a-meal