Executive DIrector Donna Isom and her little helper stay busy filling
bags of groceries for our Louisa County neighbors in need.
Who We Are
The Louisa County Resource Council (LCRC) was organized in 1992 by the Reverend John von Hemert in response to a large number of area residents who were unable to provide the most basic daily needs for themselves and their families. Too often he saw these neighbors going hungry as they struggled to stretch meager incomes to cover the costs of rent, electricity, medicine, fuel, and clothing. Reverend von Hemert's dream to help evolved into a successful non-profit agency with a mission to provide life-sustaining assistance - alleviation of hunger, along with Information/referral services - to disadvantaged individuals in Louisa County, without regard to race, religion or national origin.
From the dream of Rev. von Hemert, LCRC has grown and now provides the following services:
Emergency Food Pantry
Meals on Wheels
Children’s Feeding Program
Information and Referral
The need for services continues to grow in our county and LCRC has responded by increasing the number of people we serve as well as adding new programs. Our programs are successful because of the hard working part-time staff and a large group of dedicated volunteers.
More information about each of our programs can be found on our Programs and Services page.
We hope that you will explore our website and support our efforts to help our neighbors.