All Loudoun County Public Library branches will accept donations during regular hours April 8-14 to benefit Loudoun Hunger Relief.
Items in need include:
- Dry beans
- Canned meats (such as tuna or chicken)
- Fruit in juice (either single-serve or larger cans)
- Canned tomato products
- Mac and cheese
- Peanut butter
- Cooking oil
Don’t have any fines? You're still welcome to donate. Pay It Forward donations can be used to help other customers who are struggling to pay their fines.
Donations will waive library fines only, not fees for lost or damaged items. Click here to check your account.
This time of year, Loudoun Hunger Relief is busy gearing up for summer break, when families with school-age children sometimes need extra support in lieu of school-based meal services, officials said.
“Our county library system is a fabulous resource for all Loudoun residents. We are so grateful to benefit from this effort by the Loudoun County Public Library,” said Jennifer Montgomery, Executive Director of Loudoun Hunger Relief. “The food provided serves our neighbors who need help the most. We can’t say enough about LCPL’s dedication to serving our community.”
The library cannot accept rusty, dented or unlabeled cans, homemade items, non-commercial canned or packaged items, alcoholic beverages, mixes or soda, or opened or used items.
Thank you for your support!