On Tuesday, May 22 the newest addition to FeedMore’s distribution fleet will bring healthy food for wholesome meals to more than 200 families who live in Richmond. Donated by Kroger Mid-Atlantic, the truck will allow FeedMore to deliver more fresh food to underserved communities and neighborhoods with limited access to grocery stores across Central Virginia.
FeedMore announced that Central Virginia residents generated a total of $103,833.76 through Walmart’s “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” campaign to fight hunger in Central Virginia. The nationwide campaign, which raised more than $19.8 million to support Feeding America and its network of food banks, encouraged people to take action against hunger and help families in need through simple acts of support online, in-store purchases and donations.
FeedMore announced that it recently received a $52,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation. Part of the Walmart Foundation State Giving Program, this grant will help FeedMore continue to improve the health and well-being of families who struggle with hunger in Central Virginia.
FeedMore, Central Virginia’s core-hunger relief organization, recently announced it has received a $25,000 donation from the Nationwide Foundation to support its hunger-relief efforts in Central Virginia.
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