According to Kristine Marlow, president and CEO of the food bank, most of the operations during the winter storm were supplying area warming centers and conducting emergency food and water mobile distributions to help the community recover.
"The MCFB has worked closely with the Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security to obtain water that is being distributed to those areas most affected by the lack of clean water," Marlow said.
Marlow added the OEM estimated around 150,000 people were under the boil water notice across the county.
At this time, Marlow said the food bank is in need of volunteers and disaster-relief items such as monetary donations; peanut butter; canned vegetables; ready-to-eat meals; hot and cold cereal; juice; canned fruits; healthy snacks; and canned salmon, tuna or chicken. Additional information can be found at the food bank's website.