“Poor people deserve to eat and eat well.”

The following was written for Second Harvest Food Bank by Taylor Chapman about her experiences with food insecurity as a child. Taylor is the Program Associate at Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation and lives in Greensboro, North Carolina. The photo above was taken of...
Read More

Ready, Set, Go! A springtime line-up of races to end hunger.

This spring, Second Harvest has a GREAT line up of foot races for amateurs and professionals alike, all united under one cause-- feeding the health of our communities. Learn more and sign up for the races here!
Read More

Farm Bill 101: What it is and why we need your help

This year, you are going to hear food bankers talking about the Farm Bill… a lot. At first blush, you might wonder what the Farm Bill has to do with our work. It’s not just that we love farmers (we really, really do), but it’s also because the Farm Bill covers some of...
Read More

Nikki Miller-Ka is Coming to Empty Bowls. Are you?

Nikki Miller-Ka is a professional food blogger and food critic based in Winston-Salem. She writes and bites about local and regional restaurant trends, food organizations, food producers and everything culinary on her blog, Nik Snacks (niksnacksonline.com) and her...
Read More

Unpacking BackPacks: Addressing Stigma for Food Insecure Teens

On a recent February afternoon, social workers, school counselors, teachers, and church leaders from throughout Northwest North Carolina gathered around the long tables of Second Harvest’s meeting room. “Are they self-conscious about it? Of course they are! In middle...
Read More


Get the latest news and get involved.



Find Your Way to Feed Community.
Get Involved


$1 provides 7 meals.
Donate Now