Without IFFS it would be difficult for seniors to access & afford the food they need to eat well. As a bonus, Florence's neighbors now cook & share meals together.
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.
Jill writes her thanks to IFFS volunteers, new data from Feeding America, Q&A with ED Dave Koch, new classroom dedicated, Recipe of the Month...and more!
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.
"Cheap high-calorie food is the enemy, but that is often the only option for families living in food deserts," writes Jill Staton Bullard.