In case you missed it… Click here to read Loudoun Hunger Relief’s 2020 Report to the Community. It was quite a year for #neighborshelpingneighbors. THANK YOU!
The emergency food system in the US is a complex system of food sources and distribution networks. This link is a great resource for an overall explanation of how the Feeding America food bank network functions across the country.
This post is a necessarily simplified version that explains specifically how food comes to Loudoun Hunger Relief. Continue reading “The Complex Emergency Food System: Feeding America, Food Banks and Food Pantries”
Here at Loudoun Hunger Relief, we hit a dubious milestone at the end of July. From March through July, the first five months of the COVID-19 crisis, we distributed more than 1 million pounds of food. We’re not exactly cheering. Continue reading “1 Million Pounds of Food, 1 Family at a Time”
Loudoun County is fortunate to have one of the lowest rates of food insecurity in the country, but the impact to our community is still sizable. 3.4% of our estimated 412,000 population, or an estimated 14,000 people, lack the resources Continue reading “Hunger Action Month: Some Loudoun County Stats”