Feed the Need
Our mission is to increase food security and strengthen the local restaurant economy by matching vulnerable communities with affordable restaurant meals.
$2,280 by 25 people
Multiple DMV organizations have partnered to provide a first-of-its-kind meal distribution program in Northern Virginia that enables anyone in need to access healthy, prepared meals and fresh produce boxes-- no ID needed. Former NFL Seattle Seahawks legend player Darrell Jackson, in partnership with Last Call, The Sterling Youth Foundation, Lower Loudoun Boy’s Football League (LLBFL), and Founding Farmers, is launching its Catch A Free Meal Program this Saturday, June 13 from 2-5 PM, or until supplies last.
22281 S Sterling Blvd
22281 S Sterling Blvd, Sterling, VA 20164, USA
During these uncertain times, our mission at Last Call for Food remains the same: create an equitable food system that feeds marginalized communities and supports local restaurants.
Last Call launched last year as a resource for college food insecurity. We worked with restaurants near George Washington University to serve more than 600 affordably-priced meals to college students.
In collaboration with Founding Farmers and community groups like McLean Community Village Association, Paragon Homecare, and District Connect, Last Call is now offering affordable meal delivery to vulnerable communities in the DC and Northern Virginia areas.
We launched this fundraiser as a way for people to purchase a meal for their neighbors. We hope you will feel compelled to give financially, share our efforts with those who could benefit from our affordable meal delivery, or volunteer to expand the Last Call mission.
A $10 contribution would support:
A meal for one person, PPE for a volunteer driver, and community outreach efforts.
There is no better way to support and ignite local communities than through the power of food.