Horizon Catering, Inter-Faith Food Shuttle’s for-profit catering enterprise, has launched an entirely new slate of menus offering fresh, locally grown meals designed to tempt the palate and delight customers’ guests.
On Sunday, October 13, 2019, Ashley Christensen and a serious line up of five talented chefs from around the country will join together to fight childhood hunger. The event will be held at Christensen’s Poole’s Diner on South McDowell Street.
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.
The September 2019 issue of Walter Magazine featured a story about Inter-Faith Food Shuttle and BackPack Buddies and the impact the program has on the improved learning capacity of the children it serves.
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.
Publix Super Markets Charities announced a $50,000 donation to Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, as part of a $5 million grant to Feeding America® member food banks, schools and other nonprofit organizations across the Southeast.
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