Loudoun Hunger Relief

LAWS Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services (LAWS)

Dulles South Food Pantry


About Loudoun Hunger Relief

Loudoun Hunger Relief, Loudoun’s leader in food assistance has been serving the Loudoun community since 1991. LHR provides nutritious food and other personal items to any Loudoun resident in need. In FY2022, LHR distributed more than 2.3 million pounds of food to 12,000 Loudoun residents in 162,000 service encounters through our direct pantry services and various community partners. We are currently serving around 650 families each week. For more information, please visit or call 703-777-5911.

 About Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice/LAWS

Founded in 1984, the mission of LAWS is to provide victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse with safety, empowerment and hope services to live as survivors free from the effects of violence. LAWS provides a holistic continuum of services to empower and support survivors as they recover from the trauma of abuse. LAWS’ current services include:  emergency domestic violence shelter, 24-hour crisis hotline, specialized trauma therapy for child, youth, and adult survivors, legal services, advocacy and case management, and outreach and violence prevention education.  LAWS also operates the Loudoun Child Advocacy Center, a safe, child-friendly space for child victims of abuse to talk about what happened and for providing a well-coordinated multidisciplinary response.  The Resourceful Woman Thrift Store, benefitting LAWS’ programs, offers free clothing and household items to victims receiving services.  Last year, LAWS served 1,148 victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and educated thousands of individuals through prevention, outreach and awareness programs.  Loudoun Empty Bowls provides nutritious meals for survivors – adults and dependent children – needing emergency shelter.

 About the Dulles South Food Pantry

Founded in 2014, the Dulles South Food Pantry is a community driven non-profit serving Dulles residents with nutritious food, personal supplies and life changing social services. In 2022, DSFP completed 28,443 guest visits and distributed over 524,040 pounds of food through weekly food distributions and the Backpack Buddies program. For more information, visit or call 703-507-2795.