The Virginia Peninsula Foodbank

Food banks provide food to people who would otherwise go hungry. The Virginia Peninsula Foodbank has been a community leader in providing food to residents across the Greater Peninsula. Since 1986, we have provided over 127 million meals to residents throughout our service area, which encompasses the Cities of Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson and Williamsburg, and the Counties of Gloucester, James City, Mathews, Surry and York. In order to sustain the ever-growing need, the Foodbank collaborates with 160 partner agencies, made up of faith based organizations, food pantries, soup kitchens, children’s and adult homes/shelters, and other community centers that people turn to in times of need.

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Food & Fund Drive

Learn more about our Food & Fund Drives, and how you can organize one in your community.

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Volunteer Now

Volunteers are essential to benefit the thousands in our community who have limited access to nutritious food.

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Hunger Heroes Circle

Find out how you can  become part of the Hunger Heroes Circle in our community.

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