Let’s Fight Hunger Together

Since 2005, we’ve helped families in our communities get the food, essentials, and support they need right now. And because hunger doesn’t follow the calendar, we give food to those who need it every week.

So when our neighbors come to us for help, we say yes.

Join Us to Help Fight Against Food Insecurity

Food insecurity and need can hit anyone; forcing people to choose between buying food and paying utilities, or parents not feeding themselves to make sure their children are fed first. It could be your neighbor, your child’s teacher, or someone you see every day. When food insecurity hits, we’re here to help.

Become A Volunteer

Our Food Pantry is 100% volunteer run. When you generously give your time, you change the lives of families across our area.

Donate Food

We feed thousands of people every year, which means we always need more food to stock our shelves. You can donate food or even organize a food drive.

Donate Money

Despite generous food drives, donations and partnerships, we often need to purchase food to fill the gaps in our inventory. Fortunately we can stretch funds further than the average shopper.

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Wow! That's a lot of people...

Learn more about our how many people we help and how much we do. Visit our Imact page to view more stats.

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Soup-er Bingo – March 18, 2023

February 3, 2023

Don’t miss a great afternoon of fun and PRIZES! All proceeds benefit the Haymarket Regional Food Pantry! Save the date – January 25, 2020 from 3:00-5:00 PM at Alvey Elementary in Haymarket. BINGO cards can be purchased for $1 or 1 soup-er food item per BINGO card. BINGO cards can also be preordered. We’re also looking for sponsors for the event…

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HRFP Receives Commending Resolution from VA Delegate Danica Roem

September 3, 2022

On Tuesday, August 30, Virginia Delegate Danica Roem visited the Haymarket Regional Food Pantry to present a Commonwealth of Virginia Commending Resolution HR154 for the Food Pantry.  In her opening remarks, Delegate Roem noted her commitment to food insecurity in the region and her ongoing support of local agencies doing work for constituents.  Ms. Roem said,  …

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