Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, Blue Cross NC, Durham Bulls and Bland Landscaping collaboration to provide fresh produce for low-income families
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.
A Tucson, Arizona, urban farm brings residents better nutrition and builds community. It’s a win-win. An example of a different agricultural approach is Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, which serves seven North Carolina counties, recovering and gleaning about 6 million pounds of food a year that would otherwise have gone to waste.
NEWS & OBSERVER - The Inter-Faith Food Shuttle has long been a force of good in Raleigh, redistributing unused food from restaurants, grocery stores and other retail businesses to programs and organizations that feed the hungry.
Jill Staton Bullard retires from Inter-Faith Food Shuttle just the way she started 27 years ago: on a truck recovering and distributing food.