The Food Shuttle Operates 17 school pantries in 3 counties, serving over 2,000 people every month.
School pantries provide a welcoming and convenient space for students, their families, and the surrounding community to access nutritious food. Student volunteers often run the pantries, helping to remove the stigma of needing food, and learning the valuable lesson of helping others in need.
A student can grab a snack or quick meal during the school day, or someone can come in and choose from a balanced selection of shelf-stable food, fresh produce, and even meats, to help feed their family.
In 2016, our school pantries provided 50,094 pounds of food for 19,802 individuals in about 3,686 households. And five of the pantries didn't even open until the fall.
- Bugg Elementary
- Daniels Middle School (produce only)
- East Wake High School
- Enloe High School
- Knightdale High School
- Longview High School
- Mary Phillips High School
- Southeast Raleigh High School
- Brogden Middle School
- Durham Tech
- Durham Teen Center
- Githens Middle school
- Hillside High School
- Neal Middle School
- Northern High School
- Southern High School
West Johnston High School
The Food Shuttle always tackles problems with multiple strategies, and feeding at-risk children over the summer is no different. Read below to see what we are doing to make sure kids are fed in Durham now that school is out.
Get to know the newest member of the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle staff - Ron Ross!
Wake leaders are touting progress in providing food for the county’s most vulnerable students.
An inside look at how Food Shuttle is collaborating with several partner agencies to feed children across the Triangle this summer.
Food Lion associates will remodel and stock the food pantry at Durham Technical Community College as part of the grocer's "The Great Pantry Makeover"
Opportunity has arrived in the form of a new school pantry, stocked with food by Inter-Faith Food Shuttle (IFFS).