Distribution Program

FeedMore acquires food and grocery products to distribute through our Partner Agency Network to people across 29 counties and five cities in Central Virginia. With the help of our more than 300 partner agencies, such as food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and child and adult care centers, our Distribution Center distributes around 19 million meals each year.

Our network of partner agencies are able to shop in our Distribution Center during designated hours to get the healthy food they need to distribute to the folks who struggle with hunger in their community. We provide a variety of healthy food items for wholesome meals, including canned and packaged foods, as well as bakery items, fresh produce, refrigerated products, frozen foods and household grocery items. We do not charge our member agencies for the food they withdraw. Rather, our partner agencies pay a shared maintenance fee, which is a small handling fee of several cents per pound to help defray the costs of FeedMore’s procurement, storage and operations.

With the use of an online inventory system, we’re able to track the types of foods available in our Distribution Center and assess our effectiveness at acquiring the proper balance of high-priority foods that provide good nutrition to those in need. When high-priority foods like pasta or dairy products decline, we can spread the word about the need for donations of these items, or make emergency purchases so they’re available to our partner agencies, as needed.

Is your agency interested in participating in the Distribution program?

Click here to access our partner agency inquiry form. Use this form to let us know if your church, school, or 501c3 is interested in becoming a member of FeedMore's Partner Agency Network, or if you are a current partner agency and would like to begin additional distribution and feeding programs through FeedMore.


  • 1. Peanut Butter
  • 2. Canned Tuna & Chicken
  • 3. Low Sodium Veggies
  • 4. Fruits Packed in Juice
  • 5. Spaghetti Sauce (No Glass)
  • 6. Canned or Dry Beans
  • 7. Hot & Cold Cereal
  • 8. Whole Grain Snacks


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