Food For Neighbors has generously received support from these local businesses. We hope you will help us show our gratitude by shopping with them.
Food For Neighbors is proud to partner with the Herndon Great Harvest Bread Company. Great Harvest
Bread Co. is providing fresh baked goods on a weekly basis to Herndon High School students
who struggle with hunger.
The April 2017 Honey Bunny fundraiser was a huge success. Great Harvest generously donated $640 to FFN. Thank you to all of the customers who supported both Great Harvest and Food For Neighbors with your purchase! On behalf of local middle and high school students we want to thank Great Harvest for their partnership and their generosity.
A special thank you to Laura Moberly with Touchstone Crystals. Laura partnered with FFN and donated the proceeds from a recent event, "Crystals for a Cause." FFN received a $200 cash donation. Thank you so much, Laura, for your generous support.
Food For Neighbors is proud to partner with a new Herndon business, Elden Street Tea Shop. They are
currently selling their teas online and will soon have a storefront in Downtown Herndon, opening December 2017. They will be donating a
portion of their proceeds to a few local charities and we were one they selected.
Join us in welcoming Elden Street Tea Shop to the neighborhood and support their new business venture.
Shout out to the Herndon HS Varsity Cheer Team! Thank you for your support collecting donations for local students. In less than two hours the team collected 300 pounds of food and nearly $200 in cash and Giant gift cards. Thank you!
Thank you to the Herndon HS Navy JROTC cadets for hoisting multiple food drives in the neighborhoods near the school. These collections have helped add food to the HHS food pantry and allow us to serve more students every month. Thank you for your support.
Thank you to Trinity Presbyterian Church in Herndon for their continued support of Food For Neighbors. Their generous end of year donation will allow FFN to expand our program to two more Fairfax County schools to help even more local students struggling with food insecurity.
The next bag collection will be Saturday, March 3rd. Please leave your filled red bag by your front door
no later than 8:30am.
Add to your calendar here.
For the January 2018 collection, we received over 4,700 pounds of food from over 400 participating households.
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