Unlike most food pantries that require clients to demonstrate financial need, the Haymarket Regional Food Pantry, due to its strong faith-based nature, will feed anyone in our Service Area who comes in need of food. If you or your family needs food assistance, the Haymarket Regional Food Pantry is here to help.
Requirements / How to Receive Food:
To receive food, or be eligible for any of our programs, our clients must provide the following:
- A completed Client Application Form (hard copy):
- 2020 HRFP Client Application (English/Spanish – Print Only)
- 2020 HRFP Client Application (English/Spanish – Fill Online and Print) (coming soon)
- A government issued Photo ID (such as a driver’s license or passport) for each adult resident in your household
- A current utility bill or lease (within 60 days) with a name that matches the Photo ID and with an address located within the HRFP Service Area (See below for the current HRFP Service Area information)
- One registered client/household per address. Additional members of your household must be added to your application.
Volunteers are available to assist new clients with forms and answer questions during the hours below.
For compliance purposes, all clients are required to re-apply on January 1st every year.
Location / Where to receive food:
Hours / When to Receive Food:
Our registered clients may visit the pantry only once every seven days. New clients often receive food the same day they submit the required information. Emergencies can be addressed at any time when originated by a pastor or social worker. See our calendar of events page for holiday, event, or weather related closures.
HRFP Service Area:
If you do not reside within our Service Area, or for more information on other food assistance programs in your area, please see our “Other Resources” at the bottom of this page.
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Prince William County
Culpeper County – Existing Clients Only; No new clients in Culpeper
For clients who are located outside of our service area:
- Virginia 2-1-1 – a free service that can help you find local agencies who provide assistance for rent, food, etc… They are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. When you dial 2-1-1, a trained professional listens to your situation and suggests sources of help using one of the largest databases of health and human services in Virginia. Call 2-1-1 or visit their website 211.getcare.com.
- Prince William County Community Feeding Task Force – For clients who are temporarily homebound due to COVID-19 illness, PWC Food Rescue may be able to help. Call for more information: 703-597-8209.
- PWC Schools (PWCS) Meals To Go – When school is closed, Prince William County Schools offers packaged breakfasts and lunches to school age children. “To Go” meals are available “to all children under the age of 18 present at the time of service, without charge, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination during the meal service.” To learn more, visit “To-Go Meals Available Free During Closure.”
- Other Food Assistance Resources
- House of Mercy – 8170 Flannery Court in Manassas (Mon-Fri 10 am – 4 pm).
- Capital Area Food Bank – for those who live in Northern VA (Prince William, Fairfax and Arlington counties) visit their website capitalareafoodbank.org/covid19response to find food pantries and resources near you.
- Blue Ridge Area Food Bank – For those who live in counties west and north of us (Fauquier, Culpeper, Loudoun, and Orange counties) visit their website www.brafb.org/find-help/pantry-locator/ to find food pantries and resources near you.
- Other Manassas Area Food Pantries – Our friends at the St. Lucy’s Project put together this list of food pantries in and around Manassas, VA. Manassas-Area-Food-Pantries.pdf
- Virginia Department of Social Services – has set up a COVID-19 response page making it easy to find benefits for which you may be eligible: Have you lost your job or had wages reduced? Do you need help applying for cash, food and/or medical assistance? Need help finding meal sites for children? Visit www.dss.virginia.gov/geninfo/corona.cgi for more information.
- Partnership for Healthier Communities – Providing uninsured children and adults a link to appropriate and affordable healthcare services. Download Flyer or go to website: www.inova.org/inova-community/community-partnerships/partnership-healthier-communities for more information.