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Here your kindness is amplified. Five dollars helps provide 20 nutritious meals—thanks to hundreds of relationships with local food and grocery partners. Three hours of volunteering cooks up mountains of baked chicken, piles of potatoes, a gazillion greens and hundreds of yummy meals for homebound and senior neighbors. And a few hours in the warehouse helps deliver thousands of BackPack s to our youngest neighbors. Here your generosity makes a big difference across Central Virginia.
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Feed More's Community Donation Door, located at 1601 Rhoadmiller Street, is open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Feed More Brightens Holidays for Central VA Families, Here’s How You Can Help

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Sabra employees and Hopewell High School staff at our Hopewell School Market distribution on October 19.
Sabra visited our School Market Distribution at Hopewell HS and donated 1,800 products AND help a supply drive for teachers Sabra Employees: • Kristen Royal: Senior Manager, Sustainability • Daniel Hibbert: Senior Culinary Scientist • DeAnna Walker: Executive Assistant • Nidia Sicat: Director, Technology, Design & Architecture • Nevenka Markovic: Director of Packaging • Tony Hinton: Packaging Coordinator Hopewell HS staff: o Alden Walters, History teacher and organizer of School Market o Tiffani Cummings, Math teacher and organizer of School Market o Ms. Carter (school principal) far right.

Feed More Partners with Sabra to Nourish Hopewell Families

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A rendering of Feed More's new food bank building, planned to open on Villa Park Drive in Henrico County in Fall 2024.

Feed More Celebrates Groundbreaking for New Mission-Oriented Building

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The Fall Edition of Working Together

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Feed More Chief Collaboration and Programs Officer David Waidelich and Chief Development Officer Aaron McClung celebrate the Anthem Foundation's continued support of the Food as Medicine program with President of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Virginia Monica Schmude and President of Anthem HealthKeepers Plus Jennie Reynolds.
Feed More Chief Collaboration and Programs Officer David Waidelich and Chief Development Officer Aaron McClung celebrate the Anthem Foundation's continued support of the Food as Medicine program with President of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Virginia Monica Schmude and President of Anthem HealthKeepers Plus Jennie Reynolds.

Feed More Receives $450,000 Grant from Anthem Foundation to Continue ‘Food as Medicine’ Program

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Feed More Invites Community to Help Name New Member of Fleet

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Feed More Receives 40,000-Pound Donation from Wegmans in Celebration of New Wegmans Distribution Center

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Feed More’s Summer Program Distributes Free Meals to Kids and Teens

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On the Road with Food & Love

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The Spring Edition of Working Together

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