Homeless Bagged Meal Program
Through all of our meal programs, PathForward distributes over 40,000 meals annually.
In 1988, two women living in Arlington County began preparing bagged meals from their homes and serving them to homeless people one night a week. This bagged meal program gradually grew throughout the years to become Arlington Street People’s Assistance Network (A-SPAN), which was formally incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1992. Today, we are PathForward, and through the Homeless Bagged Meal Program, over 1,000 volunteers from faith groups, schools, businesses and the community prepare and serve up to 50 meals daily. Through all of our meal programs, PathForward distributes over 40,000 meals annually. Meals are distributed at the Homeless Services Center and on Street Outreach.
How you can help:
Volunteer on the Homeless Bagged Meal Program
See our Street Guide to Emergency Services in Arlington County for additional help.
For further information, contact Nina at email@example.com or 703-228-7815.
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