LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA — JK Community Farm, a 150-acre nonprofit farm in western Loudoun County started in 2018 to help address hunger in the D.C. area, expects to donate 135,000 pounds of food in 2020. The farm also plans to expand its food donations from Northern Virignia into the District of Columbia through a new partnership.
The 135,000 pounds of food will be able to provide 108,000 meals to people in the region in 2020. The farm, located just off Route 719 between Round Hill and Airmont, donated 114,141 pounds of food to groups in 2019, the equivalent of more than 91,312 meals. The food was distributed by the farm’s nonprofit partners: Loudoun Hunger Relief, Fairfax-based Food for Others and Arlington Food Assistance Center.
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