Feed More's Meals on Wheels volunteers deliver meals along more than 100 routes
across Central Virginia. They reach as far north as Louisa, west to Goochland, east to New Kent County, and south to Dinwiddie.
"Thanks to our caring volunteers, we delivered 309,770 meals to more than 1,700 recipients across our region in 2021," said McClung. "That’s nearly 6,000 meals delivered to our homebound Richmond area neighbors each week."
In addition to the Feed More grant, Pocahontas Parkway is planning two additional grants over the coming weeks, which will be earmarked for a local drivers safety program as well as a veterans services partner, in honor of Pocahontas Parkway's integral connection to the iconic Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge, which is located at the eastern end of the 8.8-mile toll road.
Pocahontas Parkway, which is also known as Va. State Route 895 or Pocahontas 895, first
opened to motorists in May 2002 and was the Virginia highway project financed under the
Commonwealth’s Public-Private Transportation Act, which was passed in 1995.