Many Convenient Times Each Week to Get Food
HOLIDAY CLOSINGS- For the following holiday dates, LHR offices, food donation, food distribution and mobile markets are all closed.
Loudoun Hunger Relief will be closed for Indigenous Peoples’ Day on October 11 and on the morning of October 12 due to paving activity in our parking lot. There will be no Mobile Market service at the Sterling Community Center on October 11.
Hours To Get Food By Appointment Only at Leesburg Pantry:
Tues & Thurs 5:45-7:10pm
Wed, Fri & Sat 9am – 11:45am
Hours to Get Food, Appointment Recommended at Sterling Community Center Parking Lot (Mobile Market): Mon 1-2:30pm (No Service on Monday, September 6)
Hours to Get Food, No appointment required service options (these are first come, first served while supplies last):
Main Street Commons Apartments in Purcellville: Wednesday 2-3pm every second and fourth week (next visits 10/6, 10/20)
Sugarland Elementary School in Sterling: Every Thursday 10am-12pm
Donate Food (Drop your donation off, pick up a self-serve receipt) No appointment is needed to donate food. Donation hours are below.
When you visit, we supply enough food to prepare at least three nutritionally-balanced meals for three days for every member of your family. Our staff can help you with special dietary requirements and can also help you determine if you qualify for USDA assistance.
Important Note: During the COVID-19 crisis, we are serving BY APPOINTMENT ONLY at the Leesburg Pantry and appointment recommended at the Sterling Community Center! We are providing pre-packed bags of food and we cannot guarantee what will be in each bag. At the Leesburg pantry, you will stay in your car and receive your food curbside. At our remote locations, service logistics vary by location. We have Spanish speakers available on the phones during office hours.
Please donate during our available donation hours listed above. Please don’t leave food outside while we’re closed. Donations of furniture or clothing are NOT accepted by LHR. They are accepted by other agencies in our area who can make good use of them.
The Mobile Market project is funded in part by Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant funds administered by the Loudoun County Department of Family Services.