What is FHS Food Pantry and Who Does it Serve?
The Food Pantry at Fairfax High is sponsored by A Place to Eat/A Place to Stand A Place to Stand » A Place to Eat, and assists food insecure students by stocking food and hygiene products for them to take home. Doors are open after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays (late bus days). Students are not required to show proof of need, they simply self identify. Students may shop themselves, or fill out a Google shopping form by 4pm Wednesday. Google forms are processed for pickup the following week, and bags are set out by Student ID number.
Where Is FHS Food Pantry Located?
Room A122. The pantry relocated to a larger area in order to serve more students. Shopping is available upon request as of September 28th; doors "re-open" October 5th. Online ordering should be available by the end of October.
How You Can Help
Contact Katy Malesky at firstname.lastname@example.org
Since March 2020 A Place to Eat @ Fairfax has…
coordinated 16 food delivery days that supported 475+ FCPS students per delivery
donated 97,000+ lbs.of groceries and fresh produce bags
made 4500+ household deliveries and loaded 430+ cars
distributed 265+ $25 grocery gift cards
provided 1100+ winter break, spring break and hygiene packs
To make all this happen, A Place to Stand was generously supported by 6 community and school drives and more than 180 unique volunteers. A Place to Eat @ Fairfax is fortunate to have support from school administrators, social workers and the PTSA/PTAs.