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Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Addresses Food Insecurity Among College Students

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Addresses Food Insecurity Among College Students

On Friday, September 20, Inter-Faith Food Shuttle helped unload a pallet of food at the school pantry on North Carolina Central University campus. For Food Shuttle staff, this was the launch of their 28th School Pantry, and the third on a college campus.

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Wins Big with Donation from Chiesi

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Wins Big with Donation from Chiesi

As the Durham Bulls faced off against the Gwinnett Stripers on August 31, Chiesi, a Cary-based specialty pharmaceutical company, sealed its presenting strikeout partnership with the minor league baseball team. In an on-field recognition, Chiesi and the Bulls presented a donation check of $5,000 to Inter-Faith Food Shuttle. 

Community Gardeners organize “Vacation Garden School”

Community Gardeners organize “Vacation Garden School”

Children are a welcome part of the Camden Street Learning Garden. While summer brought heat and afternoon thunderstorms, the neighborhood around Camden Street Learning Garden noticed a new need: an opportunity for children in the neighborhood to gain ownership and pride of the garden

FOOD IS THE MOST IMPORTANT SCHOOL SUPPLY

FOOD IS THE MOST IMPORTANT SCHOOL SUPPLY

As thousands of children head back to school, Inter-Faith Food Shuttle is gearing up for a full year of making sure that as many kids as possible have enough food to eat. With the launch of the Child Food Hub in September 2018, https://www.foodshuttle.org/blog/2018/10/1/new-child-food-hub-to-help-make-sure-kids-wont-go-hungry there is a planned increased to provide 2,900 children each week with BackPack Buddies bags so they’ll have food to eat over the weekend.

INTER-FAITH FOOD SHUTTLE PRESIDENT AND CEO DAVID KOCH RESIGNS TO PURSUE NEW OPPORTUNITIES

INTER-FAITH FOOD SHUTTLE PRESIDENT AND CEO DAVID KOCH RESIGNS TO PURSUE NEW OPPORTUNITIES

The Board of Directors of Inter-Faith Food Shuttle (IFFS), a local non-profit that works to stem hunger in seven counties in central North Carolina, has announced that its president and CEO, David Koch, is resigning after serving as the organization’s leader for more than four years….