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EW Thomas Grocery is accepting monetary donations for the MACAA Food Pantry. Donations can be made directly at EW Thomas Grocery Store, 13027 James Madison Highway, Palmyra


Donations can be made by phone at (434) 589-8412, between the hours of 10 a.m. and noon, M-F. Ask for Beth Thomas to donate using your credit card.

To donate food directly to the food bank:
 Call 434-842-2521 to find out which foods are most needed.
 Take food donations to the Food Bank at MACAA 
Hours are Monday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Staff will be unable to answer phones at this time.  Messages are checked daily. (434) 842-2521

MACAA/FLUVANNA OUTREACH CENTER 8878 James Madison Hwy, Fork Union, VA 23055

(434) 842-2521

Office closed through Friday, March 27. For immediate assistance, please contact

If mailing check donations, please make checks payable to:

Fluvanna CHRISTIAN Service Society

PO Box 371

Fork Union, VA 23055


FCSS Food Pantry will operate as DRIVE-THRU ONLY. Hours are Mon - Fri, 11am to 1pm

MACAA Rural Outreach Food Pantry Support - Fluvanna Christian Service Society


Hosted by the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation, the Community Emergency Response Fund will provide flexible resources to organizations in Central Virginia helping to alleviate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Fund will operate in partnership with local governments, schools, and the private sector to address current and emerging needs and strategically fill gaps in support.

Charlottesville Area Community Foundation - Community Emergency Response Fund



Covid-19 Crisis Relief Fund (CCRF)

As with most of these disruptive events, our most vulnerable community members will be impacted the most, with even greater economic, income and childcare challenges than what they face on a regular basis. The United Way Covid-19 Crisis Relief Fund is designed to provide emergency help for those who are most in need within Charlottesville and our surrounding counties.

Your gift will go to help families with children, and other community members with limited or no access to emergency funds.

Each of these local populations may experience both short and long-term severe financial hardship and loss of resources from this unprecedented pandemic. 

Funds may be used to help families pay for utilities, rent, food and other critical household needs still unmet by public and private resources.




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