Mountain View Reaches Collection Goal
Our thanks to the PTO, students, teachers and staff of Mountain View Elementary School in Haymarket, VA. After hearing that the shelves were bare at the Food Pantry, they sponsored a food drive and collected over 3,000 items reaching their ambitious goal in a short amount of time. Go MVES! We appreciate your support!
Our Thanks to Wegmans
Our wonderful volunteers at the food pantry were kept especially busy this week unloading a significant donation from Wegmans in Gainesville. Thanks to Wegmans, we now have the following on our shelves: 500 boxes of cereal, 300 - 8 count packages of tuna fish, 500 boxes of macaroni and cheese, 300 jars of peanut butter, 120 jars of grape jelly, 500 jars of pasta sauce, and 500 boxes of pasta. Thank you, Wegmans for helping local families in need. We greatly appreciate your partnership!
Best Of Haymarket - Vote now through July 10
It's that time of year for the annual Best Of Haymarket survey by Haymarket Lifestyle Magazine. Please show your support and vote for us as Best Charitable Organization in Haymarket (category 21). This year, survey participants may be entered to win prizes. For more information and to participate in the survey, go to http://www.haymarketlifestyle.com/
HRFP Moves to 6611 Jefferson Street
The Haymarket Regional Food Pantry opened in its new location on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.
Located just down the street from our former building, our new address is 6611 Jefferson Street, Haymarket, VA. The Food Pantry occupies the entire basement – a total of 3,000 square feet – triple our current square footage. The new location is directly behind the Pizzarama building at the Washington Street/Jefferson Street traffic light. The basement is accessible from the back of the building. For more information and additional ways that you can help, please see the following letter from HRFP Director Eileen Smith: Relocation Letter
Earn Five Hours of Community Service
Organize a canned food drive for the Haymarket Regional Food Pantry and you can earn five hours of community service! Organizing a food drive is a simple and easy way to help the food pantry boost its food supply and serve more people. Food drives can be large or small, one time or on-going. Here are a few tips to help you get started ... READ MORE
With help from local businesses in the community, we make it easy for people to donate non-perishable items to the food pantry.
Visit one of our Donation Locations to drop off your non-perishable donations ... DONATION LOCATIONS