Loudoun Hunger Relief’s Market Room

Loudoun Hunger Relief’s Market Room is about a year and a half old. The renovation that created it borrowed a little space from our lobby and a little from our grocery packing room. Most importantly, the renovation provided people with the opportunity to choose their own food.

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LHR Partner Corner: The Community Farm at Roundabout Meadows

The Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has been active in Virginia since 1972. With a mission focused on “Promoting and protecting the natural resources, rural economy, history and beauty of the Virginia Piedmont,” it is easy to see how agriculture plays an important role in the organization. In 2013, PEC […]

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#Neighbors@LHR: LHR Helps Me Move Forward

“Kathleen” is back in Loudoun after living in Florida for awhile. She is living with her mother, and has her three pre-school children at home with her. It’s crowded, but they’ve been making it work. Her mom watches the children while Kathleen clocks 40-60 hours a week at two separate part-time jobs. It’s hard to […]

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#Neighbors@LoudounHunger: 100WomenStrong

As a non-profit, we are constantly seeking funding from those who believe no one should be hungry in Loudoun County, and from corporations and foundations whose missions and visions align with ours. 100WomenStrong is one such funder. They are truly #Neighbors@LoudounHunger.

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Freshly Rescued: Food gleaning at the local Farmer’s Market

At Loudoun Hunger Relief, we rescue good food that would otherwise be wasted. Our local grocery stores send us the items that they won’t sell before expiration date. Local farmers bring us their excess production (cue the summer squash). And on the weekends, volunteers from Feed Loudoun and LHR go out from the pantry to […]

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