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Whether you are seeking food assistance or looking for ways to help, you are invited to learn more on the following pages.
Your interest in the Louisa County Resource Council is appreciated. With everyone in this wonderful rural community working together,
we can provide assistance to all individuals and families who need help getting enough to eat.
We are the primary hunger-relief organization
for this community with a mission to:
Promote, develop, and deliver essential services (primarily food assistance) to disadvantaged residents of Louisa County, Virginia, without regard to race, religion, or national origin.
Feeding Hungry Kids ALL Summer!
For many Louisa County children, summer is a time filled with worry about how they will get enough to eat. When school is not in session, we prepare a Summer Kids Supplement – boxes of nutritious, kid-friendly food for those children who participate in our BackPack Program during the school year.
If you know of a child who needs but is not receiving food this summer, contact our office immediately. You can support this program by clicking on the DONATE button and designating any amount. Thanks!
STRENGTHENING SYSTEMS FOR LOUISA COUNTY
Please consider making a one-time or recurring donation to the LCRC using the link below:
The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation recently selected LCRC to receive one of three Strengthening Systems grants given to support vital services deemed the “fabric of the community.” We are greatly honored! All funds from the grant are directed to the University of Virginia Center for Survey Research which will design and conduct a survey to identify food insecurity and better ways to reach those with significant need. Research results will be shared with area stakeholders so that, together, we may better serve County residents.
Thanks for helping to end hunger in Louisa County!
Louisa County Resource Council
147 Resource Lane
Louisa, VA 23093
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HOURS OF OPERATION
(effective March 1, 2016)
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
11 a.m. – 5 p.m.