Governor Ralph Northam and his administration’s Children’s Cabinet recently announced the launch of, an interactive tool to connect partners, share resources, and accelerate efforts to help end childhood hunger in Virginia and strengthen local food systems. The FeedVA website includes a comprehensive collection of statewide and localized data and resources related to food security, school nutrition, health outcomes, local food access, and more.

FeedVA expands on the work of the Virginia Food Access Network (VFAN), a product of the previous Commonwealth’s Council on Bridging the Nutritional Divide chaired by former First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe. The Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth and the College of William and Mary’s Center for Geospatial Analysis will provide leadership and technical expertise for the maintenance and promotion of the website.

To learn more about FeedVA, visit and follow #FeedVA on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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