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May 2022

ALXnow: ALIVE! opens West End Food Hub on S. Van Dorn Street

James Cullum May 26, 2022 at 11:00am City leaders cut the ribbon for the new ALIVE! West End Food Hub at 510 S. Van Dorn Street, May 26, 2022. (staff photo by James Cullum) West End residents now have a new hub to to take care of food insecurity and other basic living needs. On Thursday morning (May 26), nonprofit and city [...]

Congregational Connection for May 17th

ALIVE! Activities & Updates The final numbers are in from #StampOutHunger and together we collected more than 9,000 pounds of groceries for the ALIVE! food program! Thank you to everyone who left out donations, to our letter carriers who went door to door to collect these items, and to our amazing volunteers who sorted these donations and are getting them bagged for [...]

Congregational Connection for May 1st

Congregational Connection ALIVE! Activities & Updates The final results from Spring2ACTion have been announced and we are incredibly grateful to the 456 donors who contributed to ALIVE! during Alexandria's annual day of giving. Together we raised $93,225.50. Thank you to everyone who helped us spread the word and for all that you do to support our non-profit community throughout the [...]

April 2022

Alexandria Living Magazine: ALIVE! Opens New Food Hub, Service Center

BY ALEXANDRIA LIVING MAGAZINE STAFF MAY 26, 2022 7:59 A.M. Muralist Eric B. Ricks stands with Cathy Guerra (left) and Danielle Woodhouse Johnson of the Oasis Alliance in the new ALIVE! Food Hub, 510F S. Van Dorn St. Thursday morning, ALIVE! will cut the ribbon on a West End Food Hub that will provide, in addition to food, access to [...]

March 2022

ALIVE! Congregational Connection- March 24th

Congregational Connection ALIVE! Activities & Updates Last week, ALIVE!'s Executive Director Jenn Ayers was appointed to serve on the Economic Opportunities Commission. The mission of the Economic Opportunities Commission is to serve as an advocate for the economically disadvantaged residents of Alexandria. During the meeting, the Economic Opportunities Commission heard from Alexandria's Office of Housing on the challenges we face [...]

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