Every food donation helps in the fight against hunger – no matter how small or large. Food for Others accepts donations of food at its Merrifield warehouse Monday through Friday, during normal operating hours, 9:30 am – 5:00 pm. Click here for our address and directions.
On October 1, 1996, President Bill Clinton signed the Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act to encourage the donation of food and grocery products to nonprofit organizations for distribution to needy individuals and limit liability for those who provide food. This new law makes it easier to donate. Here's how:
Donating is easier now than ever before. For complete text of the Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act, visit the Feeding America web site at click here.
Food drives organized by businesses, schools, associations, churches and other groups are critically important as we work to keep our shelves packed with nutritious food for the hungry. This is especially true during the summer months. All food collected during these drives will help to feed the hungry right here in our area. We can help make your food drive easy and fun.
For more information and a Food Drive Planning Kit for individuals, click here.
For the Workplace Food Drive Planning Kit, click here.
For the Power Pack Program (P3) Food Drive Kit , click here.
For the Power Pack Program assembly information, click here.
For more information call 703-207-9173.
Each year, starting in October, Food for Others begins to collect all the fixings for Thanksgiving meals. These items are put together in bags that will provide much of a Thanksgiving meal for families in our area. If you would like to donate fixings for a holiday dinner, please feel free to drop your donation off at anytime in October or November. Below is a list of items commonly contained in one of our Thanksgiving bags
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