Feed More’s Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) will once again be providing free breakfast and lunch meals to thousands of children and teens this summer across greater Richmond. Created to ensure that kids and teens continue to receive meals during the summer when school is not in session, Feed More’s SFSP provides well-balanced meals each weekday to children and teens,18 years and younger, free of charge.
RiverFront Investment Group is pleased to announce Feed More as their 2022 Charitable Giving Partner. The partnership includes a $25,000 donation and a commitment to volunteerism throughout 2022
Bank of America has announced a $100,000 donation to Feed More to address food insecurity in Central Virginia. According to Feeding America, nearly 11% of Central Virginians face food insecurity today – that’s more than 165,000 neighbors who may not know where their next meal will come from.
Food Lion Feeds Honors Local Food Banks, Community Leaders and Associates Committed to Hunger Relief
A select group of local food banks, community leaders and Food Lion associates were honored at the 2021 Food Lion Feeds’ Feedy’s Awards this week. The awards recognized individuals and organizations across several categories for their exceptional work to fighting hunger in the towns and cities Food Lion serves.
Perdue Farms has made it possible for Feed More to roll out a new refrigerated tractor-trailer to support its distribution of food within the 34 cities and counties it serves.
Kroger Mid-Atlantic recently donated $55,000 to Feed More in continued support of the hunger-relief organization’s Mobile Pantry Program.
Sentara, Truist, and The Commonwealth of Virginia Partner to Strengthen Virginia’s Emergency Food Support System
The “We Care” COVID-19 Virginia Emergency Food Support Plan will provide free and accessible meals and nourishment to families during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Ferrovial awarded a generous grant to Feed More, enabling the hunger-relief organization to distribute hundreds of thousands of meals to those in need across 29 counties and five cities in Central Virginia.