Food Pantry

The Page One Food Pantry is part of the Page One Family Assistance program and is open at the same times as Family Assistance. We receive food from the generous donations of churches, business and individuals, as well as the USDA. In addition, some of the funds that we raise is used to supplement donations so that we can provide families with well-rounded meals needed to stays healthy.
When coming to Page One Family Assistance, please bring:

NOTE: We serve our clients based on income and your family does not need to receive public assistance to come to the Food Bank. You can receive food once per month.

The Food Pantry welcomes donations from the public as well as from churches and businesses. The items must not be expired. We accept donations of food at the Family Assistance / Food Pantry offices during business hours (M-F, 8:30-4 {Luray} or 9-4 {Shenandoah}). It is best to call ahead to make sure someone at there to let you in.

                    Food Pantry / Family Assistance Open Hours

                            Luray                                           Shenandoah
                            35 North Bank Street                  600 Comer Lane
                            Mon, Tues, and Thurs                 Mon, Wed, & Fri, noon-4 p.m.
                            8:30-11:30 a.m.    
Page One Food Distribution Policy January 2017
Note: USDA has its own requirements

It is the policy of the Page One of Page County, Inc. that anyone seeking assistance
with food must complete an intake evaluation to receive a one-time donation.

In order to receive food assistance, you must provide the following:
        o    SNAP (Food Stamps) Notice of action letter with current dates. All households receiving SNAP benefits must show this letter.
        o    Current Utility Bill with Page County address.
        o    If there is not a utility bill you must provide current lease with landlord contact information. (Must be Page County resident)
        o    Pay Stub
        o    Unemployment letter / letter of support
        o    SSI/ Disability income / Social Security
        o    Social Security Card
        o    Driver's License or Picture ID / school ID / other country ID
        o    Birth Certificate
        o    Court document for custody of children
To qualify for assistance, you must fall within 150% of the 2018 poverty
guidelines, which is ued to determine TEFAP eligibility in Virginia:
Page One is a 501 (c)(3) organization

Page One is a charity serving Page County in Virginia.  Our humanitarian mission is to provide family assistance to those in our community who find themselves unemployed,  sick or for some unforeseen situation, unable to feed their family or meet their financial needs.

Family Size
*For family units of more than 8 members, add $125 weekly ($250 bi-weekly/$540 monthly/$6,480 yearly) for each additional family member

Luray Thrift Store | 540.743-4357
42 West Main Street | Luray, VA 22835
Hours:  Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri 8am-4pm | Thu 8am-7pm | Saturday 8am-2pm

Luray Food Pantry & Family Assistance | 540.743-4863
35 North Bank Street.| Luray, VA 22835
Hours: Mon, Tue, & Thurs 8:30am-11:30am

Shenandoah Thrift Store AND Shenandoah Food Pantry & Family Assistance
600 Comer Lane | Shenandoah, VA 22849 | 540.652.8780
Thrift Store Hours:  Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri 9am-4pm | Thu 9am-8pm | Saturday 9am-2pm
Food Pantry & Family Assistance Hours: Mon & Fri Noon-4pm
Who qualifies to receive assistance?
In order to qualify for assistance from the Page One Food Pantry, a client's household must fall below 150% of the 2017 poverty guidelines1. Each household may receive food once each month. To receive financial assistance from Page One, the client must have been a Page County resident for at least six months. On each visit to Page One, the client must present a Current State issued ID and at the beginning of each year, Page One requires a written verification of all household income.  Our hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday mornings from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. (no appointments are needed).

1Federal Register/Vol. 80, FR 17026