Find Food Resources in your County below:
Greater Prince William Area
Call the Helpline
(703) 822-5205 ext 123
Call our helpline 24/7 and leave a voicemail for our staff with your name, address, phone number, household size, and if you have access to transportation. We will then get back to you within one business day to provide information about getting food from the nearest food distribution site closest to where you live or setup a no-contact, direct delivery of food to your home. Please Note: these are no-contact deliveries and deliveries will only be made if COVID-19 safety precautions are being followed.
This map has free food distribution sites (or food assistance sites) throughout the Greater Prince William Area. Find one by clicking the map and locating a food pantry near you.
Greater Fairfax Area
This map has free food distribution sites (or food assistance sites) throughout the Greater Fairfax Area. Find one by clicking the map and locating a food pantry near you.
Call Coordinated Services Planning
Call for assistance with any difficulties you are facing – including food, shelter, employment, financial assistance, healthcare and other needs.
Greater Fauquier Area
Call the Path Community Link
Call for assistance with any difficulties you are facing – including food, shelter, employment, financial assistance, healthcare and other needs.fauquierresources.comYou can also view the resource guide online at
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can be used like cash to buy eligible food items from authorized retailers. Authorized retailers will display either the Quest logo or a picture of a Virginia EBT card.
A SNAP account is established for eligible households and automatic deposits are made into the account each month. To access the account, the household will receive an EBT Card, which will debit the account each time eligible food items are purchased.
How to Apply:
Online on CommonHelp.
Women, Infants, and Children Program (WIC)
Apply to WIC if you are a women who is pregnant, breastfeeding within one year of delivery, or non-breastfeeding within 6 months of delivery or have infants and children up to 5 years old. WIC can provide supplemental food, nutrition counseling and education, breastfeeding support, immunization screening and referrals to health and social services support.
How to Apply:
Programs for Seniors
Prince William County:
In Prince William the Area Agency on Aging provides food assistance to older adults through their Meals on Wheels Program and lunches at the Manassas and Woodbridge Senior Centers. Find more information about the Senior Centers here. Call 703-792-6374 to sign-up for the Meals on Wheels Program.
Fairfax provides many services for older adults, you can find all the offerings here. They also have a Meals on Wheels program, you can call 703-324-5409, TTY 711 to get more information, sign-up, or make a referral for the program.