SevaTruck Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing hunger in our communities by serving hot, nutritious meals to anyone in need. While SevaTruck, a fully licensed food truck with a commercially integrated kitchen, has initiated this venture in the Washington, D.C. metro area, our plans are to expand in several cities across America. Through our Free Meal Service campaign, SevaTruck serves nutritionally-balanced vegetarian meals when and where needed. Together, in partnership with local area food banks, shelters and nonprofit organizations, SevaTruck addresses the effects of poverty in our nation’s capital and fulfills a higher purpose of serving humanity.

The Need

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) defines food insecurity as having limited or uncertain access to adequate food.  Although food is one of the three basic essentials required by all of humanity, too many individuals are suffering from the debilitating effects of hunger, especially in the nation’s capital.

Our Work

To help combat food insecurity in the Washington, D.C. metro area, SevaTruck has focused its operations towards two targeted audiences – children and veterans.  In this regard, we have partnered with the Latin American Youth Center, a D.C. based center that provides a host of services and support to over 4000 underprivileged youth annually, and the US Vets, an organization that operates an 85 bed facility for homeless veterans.  By using our mobile food truck operation, SevaTruck can serve hot, nutritious meals to members of these organizations when and where needed.  

To support this vital initiative, we actively recruit volunteers and form partnerships with local area food banks, shelters and food assistance programs. Visit our Volunteer and Partners pages for more information.