Food Bank Of Ctral & Estrn Nc

Community Center in Wilmington, NC
Community Center in Wilmington, NC Set up in 1980, the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina is a non-profit organization that supplies food to people at risk of hunger in 34 counties in central and eastern North Carolina. In 2008-09, the Food Bank distributed over 36. 8 million pounds of food through 800 partner agencies including soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters, and after school programs for kids. Sadly, hunger remains a serious problem in central and eastern North Carolina. Over 480, 000 people in the Food Bank's 34-county service area struggle each day.

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1314 Marstellar Street
Wilmington, NC
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Food Bank Of Ctral & Estrn Nc
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About Us
read moreThe Food Bank's first Executive Director Barbara Oates recounts the beginning of the organization while current President Peter Werbicki talks about the growth in need over the years and how we have adapted to meet it and build solutions to ultimately end hunger. Disaster relief has become a large part of the Food Bank's work, especially in the last five years. This episode highlights the coordination and collaboration needed to provide food and non-food essentials during times of crisis. Guests: Caroline Farmer, Executive Director of Governor Cooper's Office on Volunteerism and Community Service and Larry Morris, Director of Partner Services, Food Bank.
Ways To Give
read moreRight now, one in five people in central and eastern North Carolina don't have enough to eat. Your tax-deductible gift helps provide food and hope to families, children, and seniors right here in our community. Corporate partners play a significant role in nourishing food-insecure neighbors, building solutions to end hunger, and empowering communities. Partnerships are a valuable way to promote corporate responsibility and engage employees.
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