In our nation’s capital area, the high cost of living forces many families who are struggling to make ends meet to choose between spending money for food, or on other basic needs such as housing and healthcare. Since 1995, Food for Others has been helping many of these families.
Food for Others is an important part of Northern Virginia’s safety net for those needing food when an emergency strikes and for the growing number of working poor who need to supplement their inadequate food supplies.
This listing was last updated Mar 10, 2022
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If you have any question about whether the office is open or not, please check the main page of our website or call us at (703) 207-9173 before you visit.
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