Photo Gallery: Generosity Feeds

More than 350 volunteers lined the gymnasium of Douglass School Sunday to package 15,000 meals for hungry Loudoun families. The event, Generosity Feeds, was put on with the help of Headway Church, Sterling-based nonprofit Replenish Community Foundation and Leesburg Junction, a work space and event venue in downtown Leesburg. Loudoun Hunger Relief, Mobile Hope Loudoun, and Backpack Coalition will distribute the food to local families in need.

Father-son team Christopher and Dave Howard, of Leesburg, joined more than 350 volunteers at Douglass School Sunday to package 15,000 meals for hungry Loudoun families. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
Father-son team Christopher and Dave Howard, of Leesburg, joined more than 350 volunteers at Douglass School Sunday to package 15,000 meals for hungry Loudoun families. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
Volunteers package hydrated beans and rice at Generosity Feeds. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
Volunteers package hydrated beans and rice at Generosity Feeds. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
Actor Sean O’Donnell, who helped promote Generosity Feeds, stacks the final boxes of meals. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
Actor Sean O’Donnell, who helped promote Generosity Feeds, stacks the final boxes of meals. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
The food volunteers packaged Sunday will be distributed to local families in need through nonprofits Loudoun Hunger Relief, Mobile Hope Loudoun, and Backpack Coalition. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
The food volunteers packaged Sunday will be distributed to local families in need through nonprofits Loudoun Hunger Relief, Mobile Hope Loudoun, and Backpack Coalition. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
[Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
[Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
One of the organizers of Generosity Feeds announces the final total of meals packaged: 15,000. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
One of the organizers of Generosity Feeds announces the final total of meals packaged: 15,000. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]

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