THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE
Did you know that Williamsburg House of Mercy (WHOM) is giving a fresh turkey and all the side dish ingredients to 450 families this Thanksgiving? Want to help? Come to any of the food drives we have in partnership with Michael Kors at the Premium Outlets, City of Williamsburg Police Department, York County Police Department, and Food Lion. Drop off a bag of canned goods and/or a turkey!
Help us feed those in our community who rely on us to make their Thanksgiving special - thank you for your support!
Support one of our local food drives:
- November 3, 4, 5 - Michael Kors at Williamsburg Outlet, 5709 Richmond Rd.
- November 4 from 10AM - 4PM - Food Lion at Williamsburg Outlet, 5601 Richmond Rd.
- November 13 from 10AM - 2PM - Food Lion Midtown Row, 1234 Richmond Rd.
- November 16 from 10AM - 2PM - Walmart - Yorktown, 2601 George Washington Mem Hwy
- Or drop off items at Williamsburg House of Mercy, 10 Harrison Ave. or 309 McLaws Circle, Suite G, Williamsburg
CHRISTMAS GIVING 2023
Help over 700 children in our community enjoy Christmas morning this year! Scan the QR code above or check out our Amazon wishlist link!
Help us stock our Christmas Market this year! These gift suggestions can get us started but any kind of contribution helps. Gifts of time, goods, and money can all support our holiday efforts. Thank you for helping us spread Christmas cheer in Williamsburg! You can also donate online to Williamsburg House of Mercy.
Remember our Food Pantry!
Families still come and receive food, even during the holiday season. If you are able, please continue to support it.
Williamsburg House of Mercy is a complete care center for the homeless. Staff and volunteers work daily to meet the needs of both the homeless and the struggling residents in our community through financial assistance, permanent housing assistance, access to medical care and mental health services, food, diapers, transportation, and so much more. Centrally located in downtown Williamsburg, our proximity to area transportation makes us uniquely accessible to the unsheltered homeless in the community.