Women Ending Hunger is a society committed to making a significant, lasting difference in the lives of citizens through the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore’s Programs and Initiatives. Through the power of philanthropy, profound impact can be made for those struggling with hunger in our region, creating a healthier and better place to live.
Membership opportunities are open to any woman who wants to take action and make a difference in the effort to eliminate hunger in our community. Taking action is defined by volunteering a minimum of 50 hours a year and/or making a monetary donation between $250 – $1,000 a year. Members who give annually at the following levels will become members of that Society:
- Red Apple Society: $1,000 or more
- Apple Blossom Society: $500 – $999
- Orchard Society: $250 – $499
- WEH Volunteers: 50 hours of volunteer time at the Foodbank
Become a Member
Women Ending Hunger Challenge
Women Ending Hunger Challenge is a chance for women to take action in assisting the Foodbank with its core mission – leading the effort to eliminate hunger in our community. Individuals will work from March 1-28 to complete the following tasks:
1. Volunteer 10 hours between March 1-28, 2017
2. Organize a food and fund drive and deliver all items to the Foodbank by March 28th.
3. Make a personal monetary donation to the Foodbank.
Get a friend(s) to give a monetary donation to the Foodbank before March 28th.
The Kickoff Event will be held Thursday, February 23, 2017, at the Foodbank. Participants will be able to register for the challenge and will receive information packets.
The Awards Event will be held Thursday, March 30, 2017, where the women who provided the most meals to the hungry families in our area during the Women Ending Hunger Challenge will be announced. Please RSVP online or by contacting Kathy Womack at 757-201-6295 or email@example.com.