Laguna Food Pantry’s Maurice Baz recognized as 2024 Outstanding Volunteer

On April 25, Maurice Baz, Laguna Food Pantry’s program and development manager, was recognized as a 2024 Outstanding Volunteer at One OC’s 65th Spirit of Volunteerism Award ceremony at the City National Grove of Anaheim. The event honors the connections among all Southern California’s nominated volunteers and their work with nonprofits. Although Baz is on staff and no longer a volunteer, Orange County Food Bank nominated him for his dedication and work automating the federal food program.

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Courtesy of the Laguna Food Pantry

(L-R) Anne Belyea, Laguna Food Pantry’s executive director; Maurice Baz, Laguna Food Pantry’s program and development manager and Cynthia Carson, Laguna Food Pantry’s board member and operations chair

Laguna Food Pantry provides free, fresh and nutritious groceries to those facing food insecurity in Laguna Beach and surrounding communities. Operating with the belief that no one should go hungry, the Pantry provides groceries to more than 1,000 families and individuals weekly.

Laguna Food Pantry is open Monday through Friday from 8-10:30 a.m. with a drive-through distribution system. Anyone facing food insecurity is welcome to visit once a week to pick up groceries. To learn more about Laguna Food Pantry, how to get involved, or ways to donate, visit www.lagunafoodpantry.org.


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