“Food is just so important.” Linda Hill’s collection of bowls from our Empty Bowls event show her commitment to hunger-free communities.

Linda Hill’s Winston-Salem home is filled with art and smells like cooking. She sits at her dining room table, sharing recipes and talking about Campari tomatoes. You would think she had died and gone to Heaven the way she talks about tomatoes. “I could go on and on....
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Three Sisters Gardening: Corn, Beans and Squash

Corn. Beans. Squash. For centuries, these three crops have been the center of Native American agriculture and culinary traditions. Corn, beans and squash are known as the “Three Sisters” as they complement each other while growing in the garden, as well as...
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The Humble Work of Listening

What difficult choices are families in Winston-Salem having to make? People are clustered in small groups around large tables, shoulders and heads pitched forward, thoughtfully listening. Food Bankers, students, non profit workers, foundation directors, and neighbors...
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RAH! The Sound of Community Coming Together to Fight Hunger

The small, tree-lined neighborhood of Ardmore is a close-knit community near downtown Winston-Salem. It is the type of neighborhood where you see children riding their bikes on the sidewalk trailed by jogging parents and neighbors talking to each other from their...
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Fellowship, like a hot meal, provides comfort.

Roland waits by the door, watching for his friend’s truck. Every second Thursday at noon they pick him up and drive him the five country miles into town. He keeps a tidy house and pays a man to mow his lawn because some things have gotten too hard to do on his own....
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The Humble Work of Listening

What difficult choices are families in Winston-Salem having to make? People are clustered in small groups around large tables, shoulders and heads pitched forward, thoughtfully listening. Food Bankers, students, non profit workers, foundation directors, and neighbors...

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Need Inspiration? Meet Dustin.

29 year old Dustin Freeman is always two steps ahead of his caregiver, LaShay Surratt, when he comes in to Second Harvest Food Bank to volunteer. He greets the Food Bank staff with a huge smile, a big “Hey!” and is ready to work. Many members of the Food Bank family...

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