Mission moments are stories we share with each other, to inform, inspire and motivate. Sometimes it is hard to remember exactly why we are here … Mission Moments remind us all just how lucky we are to be able to do this important work.
The Food Shuttle has officially opened its 25th school pantry! The newest pantry will serve students and the community in and around Smithfield-Selma High School and could not have happened without the generous support of Sysco Raleigh.
Mission Moments are stories we share from the field to inform, inspire and motivate. These moments remind us all just how lucky we are to be able to do this important work. Read why Travis Avery is committed to his work.
In partnership with the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, Ligon Middle School will collaborate to cultivate advocacy skills and develop a more comprehensive approach to help families who face food insecurity with the opening of their new Food Ark Pantry on Wednesday, March 28 from 4:00-5:30.
Ruthie Wofford is an Americorp VISTA sponsored by Wake County Cooperative Extension, in the role of Communications and Outreach Coordinator for the Capital Area Food Network. Hear about the work CAFN is doing in our latest Community Spotlight.
At the Food Shuttle, we believe that beating hunger can only happen through collaboration, with different organizations working together on all aspects of the food system. That's why in our newest Community Spotlight series, we'll be focusing on organizations doing good work in our community to fight hunger at all levels.
WRAL - Local food banks are concerned about a proposal by the Trump administration that would replace food stamps with food boxes in an effort to redesign the current government program that helps low-income families buy food.
How do you measure the impact of Kitty Banks? For us at the Food Shuttle, the only answer is in love. Kitty leaves this week to take an awesome new opportunity to head up the Urban Ministries’ Helen Wright Center where she will undoubtedly make an impact on every life she touches.
Kim Greehy was at the point of her life where she was responsible for finding a job, a place to live and paying her own bills. She had gone to school but didn’t really know what she wanted to do. To add to that difficult time in anyone’s life, Kim was aging out of Foster Care without the support system she needed.
“Brussel Sprouts!” That was Rainey West’s emphatic answer to her favorite food. It’s also proof that our urban agriculture education team is starting a cooking and gardening revolution right here in Raleigh and Durham.
At the corner of E. Geer Street and N. Roxboro Road in Durham, North Carolina there is something special happening. With the help of Blue Cross NC, Inter-Faith Food Shuttle’s Geer Street Learning Garden and Sunrise Recovery Resource Center are working together to showcase the restorative power of getting your hands a little dirty.