Welcome to Nourish!

Virginia Family Nutrition Program’s resource page

This page was created in collaboration with food bank partners across the state. Here you will find helpful tools such as recipes, movement videos, community information, and links to more.

The Virginia Family Nutrition Program (FNP) empowers Virginians to take charge of their health by eating healthy and living an active lifestyle. We teach limited resource households how to make healthier food choices and become better managers of available food resources for optimal health and growth.

If you are interested in learning quick tips about food budgeting and how to prepare simple, nutritious, low-cost meals, call a Nutrition Education Facilitator in your area!

What’s Cooking Now?

Try this month’s featured healthy recipe. For more budget friendly recipes visit our recipe catalog.

Recipe of the Month

Click to watch the Easy Lasagna recipe demonstration (en español >>

Move More this Month! 

Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Try out this video!

For more instructor-led movement videos, visit our physical activity page



Meal Planning, Shopping, and Prepping

Life can be hectic, and food expenses can quickly add up. However, managing your busy schedule and providing nutritious meals for your family is possible with the right strategies. In this blog post, we’ll explore ways to meal plan, shop, and prep for success in the kitchen.

Learn more in our blog post.

Common Help

Are you interested in finding out more about assistance and benefits? Common Help is a helpful tool that allows you to to explore programs and check your eligibility. 

Click here to visit the Virginia CommonHealth page and learn more! 

Community Corner

Do you need food today in Virginia? Find resources and information about food banks in your area below:

Find more updates and join in on the conversation by visiting our Facebook Page!

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If you are interested in classes, resources, etc., more info can be found by calling (888) 814-7627 or sending us a direct message on Facebook messenger!


This material was funded by USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – SNAP.

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