Serving Up Favorites at Providence Kitchen

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Service Insights: Learning More about Who We Serve

A grandmother raising four grandchildren and working a part-time job. A single woman whose hours were cut back at the gas station where she works and now is dealing with her water being cutoff. A father of five who was laid off after ten years but is not eligible for...
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Fresh Look, Fresh Approaches

We've got some news! Second Harvest Food Bank is introducing a new logo! Why the change? It’s simple really -- because we have changed. For 37 years, Second Harvest and our on-the-ground partner food assistance programs have worked to make sure that families have the...
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Summer Meals Matter: WXII News 12 Summer Food Drives

Second Harvest has teamed up again this summer with WXII News 12 to help fill the summer meal gap! When kids are out of school for summer, they can't access the essential nutrients that they get from school meals and many kids-- too many kids-- are at risk of hunger....
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For too many children, when school ends, lunches end.

School is out for summer! But for too many children, when school ends, lunches end. Across the 18 counties that Second Harvest Food Bank serves, more than half of all school-age children -qualify to receive free or reduced priced meals at school. School lunches, and...
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Healthy Recipe: Skillet Stew

Every day, Second Harvest’s Nutrition Services team heads out across the 18 counties that we serve, teaching cooking classes, nutrition classes, and sharing recipes. We know that hunger is a serious health issue in the communities we serve not just because of a lack...

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Hunger and Health: Making the Connection

Second Harvest and WXII News 12 recently held a town hall at the Hanes Theatre in downtown Winston-Salem. At Hunger and Health: Making the Connection we took a deep dive into how the issues of food insecurity impact individual and community health while exploring...

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Feeding Health: Why Fresh Food Matters

Malea, Randolph County Living on a fixed income is never easy. Malea receives just $890 a month. “In June, my medications came to be $700. Now, once things with Medicaid get cleared up it should be less, but medicine will still be one of my biggest expenses,” she...

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