“The numbers are improving, but there is still a long way to go before our work is done and the Triangle is hunger-free,” says Jill Staton Bullard, IFFS Co-Founder and Emeritus CEO.
Featuring a letter from Jill, unique solutions to summer hunger, CJTP & Teaching Farm celebrations, special corporate food donation, & volunteer spotlight
There are children who hate summer because they don’t have food. So our Childhood Hunger & Food Services staff team up for some innovative solutions.
Whether it’s raining, or whether the sun is shining way too high, the new classroom gives our Incubator Farmers an opportunity to continue learning indoors.
Our 2014 Growing Report infographic illustrates the true difference made by our volunteers, donors, staff, and partners in the fight against hunger.
IFFS is collaborating on the WakeMed Farmers’ Market, located in the SE Raleigh food desert to increase access to healthy food.
After an abbreviated May schedule (2 days/week), IFFS's Farm Stand will sell local produce & eggs three days a week from June-October.
IFFS's Nutrition Educators & Childhood Hunger Programs Manager, Kyle Abrams, shared the #HungerFreeNC philosophy at NC's 'No Kid Hungry' Conference.
Hunger in America comes from a lack of nutritious foods, not just a lack of food in general. That's where IFFS’s Nutrition Education division steps in.