Free Meals and Other COVID-19 Relief Resources

Free Hot Meals

Are you in need of food? The DC Dream Center is providing free hot meals daily to persons feeling the economic impact of COVID-19. Donations are welcomed.

Giant Food
Make May healthier with the Healthy At Home Giant Food Challenge!  Get weekly motivation from the Nutrition team at Giant to get yourself moving and eating healthier.

Housing Help

Do you know your housing and rental rights in the midst of the coronavirus crisis? Housing Counseling Services is providing assistance.

Phillips Collections

Take a break from the hectic news of the day. The Phillips Collections invites you to slow down and connect with art thru its Contemplation Tour, a mindful experience.

DC Sweet Potato Cake

Join DC Sweet Potato Cake and show some appreciation to our nurses. They’re baking 5000 cakes and pies to deliver to COVID-19 hospital workers.

Free Hot Meals

Prince George’s County in Partnership with Reid Temple AME Church provides free hot meal giveaways every Thursdays from 1pm to 3pm in Glenn Dale.

Domestic Violence

For victims of domestic violence, the coronavirus pandemic can present additional challenges. For help, contact the Prince George’s County Family Justice Center. 301-780-8008.

Foreclosure Prevention

Do you have mortgage concerns? The D-C Foreclosure Prevention Hotline is still up and running. 202-265-2255.

United Way NCA

You can help families struggling to make ends meet in the midst of the coronavirus crisis. Donate to the United Way of the National Capital Area’s Emergency Assistance Fund.

Child Abuse Prevention

The coronavirus pandemic can make for some stressing times. Safe Shores is offering free live online child abuse prevention training.

Prince George’s County Library

Make your stay at home more educational, enlightening, and entertaining. The Prince George’s County Memorial Library System has a ray of services and programs on line.

Arlington Lunch

Volunteer Arlington has launched a new initiative to support families in need. It’s called Buy A Neighbor Lunch.


The YMCA of Metropolitan Washington is helping communities cope during the COVID-19 Pandemic by providing food, emergency childcare, shelter and other services.

Free Meals

The Far Southeast Collaborative is providing meals for residents in Ward 8 along with other services during the coronavirus crisis.