Member agencies help the Foodbank provide hundreds of thousands of groceries and meals to low-income people in the Virginia Peninsula area. Currently, the Foodbank serves over 200 non-profit member agencies. These non-profit organizations include churches, shelters, residential care facilities, day support, senior, youth, and child care programs. Each member organization has access to the Foodbank's inventory, food distribution and educational programs. Member agencies provide food services such as emergency food pantries, mass food distributions, soup kitchens, hot meals, bagged lunches and snacks for low-income and at-risk populations throughout our service area.
Becoming a Member Agency
The Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula works in partnership with over 200 partner agencies. These agencies can be found in nine jurisdictions including the cities of Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, Williamsburg and the counties of Gloucester, James City, Mathews, Surry and York County. Our member agencies provide us with a presence in their local communities and offer thousands of low-income Virginian's on the Peninsula groceries and meals. Any non-profit organization within our service area that provides free food to low–income persons may be eligible for membership at the Foodbank. Click here for a PDF version of the Agency Application.
Learn more about becoming a member agency here.