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The Haymarket Regional Food Pantry will feed anyone in our service area who comes in need of food. If you or someone you know needs food assistance, we are here to help.  Call us now to schedule an appointment, or request an appointment online and one of our volunteers will get back to you within two business days.

Preparing For Your First Appointment

Client Registration Form
  • List all people in your household with their birthdates.
  • Only one household account per address.
  • Bring a printed, completed, signed paper form to your appointment.
  • If you do not have access to a printer, blank printed forms are available at the pantry, just ask a volunteer upon arrival.
Proof of Address

Your proof of address must include a name that matches the Photo ID of someone listed in your household, as well as an address located within the HRFP Service Area. Acceptable forms of proof of address include utility bills, lease, mortgage statement, or USPS change of address confirmation.

Government Issued Photo ID

Present a government issued photo ID for each adult resident in your household. This could include a driver’s license, permanent resident card (a.k.a "green card"), or passport. We may also ask for birth certificates for minors listed on the application.

You will be required to present your photo ID at every appointment.

Note: Previously registered clients whose accounts have expired may be asked to review the information we have on file to resume assistance.

What to Expect When You Pick up Food

  • Appointments are required.
  • Arrive within 5 minutes of your appointment time.
  • Our volunteers will greet you as you enter.
  • Present your Photo ID at EVERY appointment.
  • When requested, provide completed form (first visit) and proof of address.
  • We require clients to follow COVID-19 protocols which may be in effect.
  • As you check in, you can set your next appointment.
  • Once checked in, you will be given a shopping cart so you select the items you want for your family based on family size as you walk through the food pantry.
  • As you make your selections our volunteers will be happy to assist or answer any questions you may have.
  • All clients are encouraged to bring 2-4 reusable grocery bags.
  • You may bring no more than one person with you inside the pantry to assist you during your appointment.

If you live in this area, we can help you:

Fauquier County:
  • 20115 Marshall
  • 20116 Marshall
  • 20119 Catlett
  • 20137 Broad Run
  • 20144 Delaplane
  • 20184 Upperville
  • 20186 Warrenton
  • 20187 Warrenton
  • 20198 The Plains
  • 22639 Hume
  • 22643 Markham
  • 22712 Bealeton
  • 22720 Goldvein
  • 22728 Midland
  • 22734 Remington
  • 22742 Summerduck
Prince William County:
  • 20109 Manassas
  • 20110 Manassas
  • 20111 Manassas
  • 20112 Manassas
  • 20136 Bristow
  • 20143 Catharpin
  • 20155 Gainesville
  • 20169 Haymarket
  • 20181 Nokesville
Loudoun County
  • 20105 Aldie
  • 20117 Middleburg
Culpeper County

Existing Clients Only. No new clients in Culpeper.

  • 22701 Culpeper
  • 22724 Jeffersonton
  • 22737 Rixeyville

Other Resources

Addressing hunger is our primary goal. But over the years, we’ve helped many in our area address other needs, too. If you need assistance beyond food, visit our Other Resources page. Find the help you need, today.

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