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'This is a bad idea:' Food banks criticize plan to replace food stamps with delivery system

'This is a bad idea:' Food banks criticize plan to replace food stamps with delivery system

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. 

The Food Bank That Doesn’t Just Give Away Food—It Teaches You to Grow It

The Food Bank That Doesn’t Just Give Away Food—It Teaches You to Grow It

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. 

United Way enlists volunteers in fight against summer hunger

United Way enlists volunteers in fight against summer hunger

THE HERALD SUN - The United Way of the Greater Triangle held its annual “Day of Action” Wednesday morning, assembling 1,500 weekend meal and reading kits for Durham area students, all in support of Inter-Faith Food Shuttle.

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Farm Stand is open for the summer

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Farm Stand is open for the summer