Food Insecurity Relief

Warrior Food Insecurity Project

A COVID-19 initiative to aid Veterans, their families, and National Guard/Reserves with food insecurity needs.

Prioritizing the needs of underserved and underprivileged Warriors

In 2020, The Warrior Alliance responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by taking measures to better understand the impact on Georgia’s veteran and military population. The Warrior Alliance and our partner coalition provided services to hundreds of requests indicating “high-priority impact” needs for financial aid, food services, employment, mental health, housing, and legal aid.

With funding provided from the generosity of the Bob Woodruff Foundation, we are pleased to announce the expansion of our COVID-19 initiative by launching The Warrior Alliance “Warrior Food Insecurity Project.” The project provides grocery gift cards to veterans, their families, and National Guard/Reserves that register with The Warrior Alliance for food insecurity needs.

Apply Now

Apply for food insecurity assistance and additional services. Please select Food Assistance as a need during the registration process. If you are already registered, then please contact your Navigator.

Applicant Criteria

Food Insecurity awards will be based on fund availability and the following criteria:

Military Service Verification

Warriors must provide proof of their military service through valid Military ID, DD-214, or Veteran Affairs Benefits Award Letters.

Income Verification

Submit documentation for income verification. An award letter from a federal income (TANF) or food (SNAP) assistance programs can be used.

Proof of Residency

Provide proof of residency in the state of Georgia via government-issued IDs, housing documentation, or utility bills with a current residential address.

Program Sponsors

We recognize the Warrior Commitment of our sponsors for assisting Warriors and their families impacted by food insecurity.

Learn More

Learn more about the impacts of Food Insecurity in America