Summer meal sites get kids the food they need… and want.

“Milk!” Leonard Community Recreation Center Director Linda Marsh calls a gentle reminder across the hall; she is keeping a watchful eye on the lunchline. A little girl steps back to the serving table and picks up a milk carton, balancing it on her lunch tray...
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Updates from the Panda Patch: An Alamance County School Feeds Futures

In a town where more than 60 percent of students attending public school live in families that qualify for the federal free and reduced-price lunch program, your support is seeding a model program for making our schools Hunger-Free Zones. In 2015, the first shoots...
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Nutritious Food for Families Facing Hunger Starts with a Strong Farm Bill

Congress is about to leave Washington, D.C. for summer recess and it is a great time to engage with them as they continue their work to re-authorize the farm bill, the major federal agriculture and nutrition legislation. The farm bill contains important nutrition...
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Mise-en-place: Triad Community Kitchen graduate Jacques Moore finds his place.

Jacques Moore, a graduate of Second Harvest’s Triad Community Kitchen program, has always had a passion for cooking. He was 8 years old when his grandma taught him how to make cookies for the first time. Ever since, he has enjoyed sharing his love of cooking with his...
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Because We All Eat

Our strategic planning process has resulted in the creation of a comprehensive plan to guide our food bank into the future. We’ve updated our vision and mission statements to reflect the duality of meeting the immediate need for food assistance while working to engage...
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Because We All Eat

Our strategic planning process has resulted in the creation of a comprehensive plan to guide our food bank into the future. We’ve updated our vision and mission statements to reflect the duality of meeting the immediate need for food assistance while working to engage...

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Summer Meals Matter

It is summertime and that means picnics and mountain lake swimming, bar-b-ques and the beach. However, for too many North Carolina families the long days of summer can also mean hunger. During the academic year, the majority of North Carolina kids income-qualify for...

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