412 Food Rescue
Creator of the Food Rescue Hero app, they are leading the way in food rescue efforts and continue to provide app support, development, mentoring, training, and best practices.
Action in Community Through Service (ACTS)
Our parent non-profit organization, they have been serving residents of Greater Prince William since 1969 and originally launched the Prince William Food Rescue program.
A top-rated digital marketing agency for travel and tourism, they have been an advocate and supporter from the very beginning. They continue to provide marketing, website, and communications support, and are the influence behind our tagline Imagine Ending Hunger.
Wegmans – Potomac
A supporter of the community in many ways, they were the very first food donor that allowed us to test our app and have now donated hundreds of thousands of pounds of food for rescues and thousands more food scraps for farmers.
The House Student Leadership Center
Serving and developing student leaders in our community, they were one of the very first PWC distribution sites that partnered with us to test out the app and have now distributed thousands of meals to at-risk youth (and their families) in our community.
Potomac Health Foundation
Since 2009 they have provided nearly $50 million in grant funding to organizations serving parts of Fairfax, Prince William, and Stafford counties. They awarded us our very first grant that allowed Prince William Food Rescue to launch in 2019 and continue to support our growth as NOVA-FR.
The very first mosque in PWC to encourage its members to become Food Rescue Heroes and help us test the app and complete food rescues. They continue to serve the community by distributing food to those in need and are supporters and advocates for our mission.
Potomac Valley Church
The very first church in PWC to encourage its members to become Food Rescue Heroes and help us test the app and complete food rescues, they continue to be supporters and advocates of our mission.