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July 29, 2014

Talking about a #HungerFreeNC

The 2014 #HungerFreeNC MEDIAthon has come and gone, but the #HungerFreeNC movement is just beginning. Scroll down to catch up on this important conversation and add your voice today! Read More▸

July 29, 2014

WRAL-TV, Radio One Raleigh raise $112,000+, start HungerFreeNC movement

In the first-ever, daylong MEDIAthon to benefit local nonprofit Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, WRAL-TV and Radio One Raleigh raised more than $112,000 and launched a powerful…Read More▸

July 28, 2014

Raleigh’s WRAL Starts Movement to Stop Hunger

WRAL, the Capitol Broadcasting CBS affiliate in Raleigh, N.C., aired special programming and conducted an all-day MEDIAthon for a community movement called HungerFreeNC.Read More▸

July 24, 2014

Free market feeds needy in Edgecombe County

In a small community of the east side of Edgecombe County and on the edge of desperation, the monthly delivery from the  Inter-Faith Food Shuttle…Read More▸

July 22, 2014

N.C., national groups focus on fighting hunger

This week, state and national organizations are bringing awareness to—and fighting to end—childhood hunger. In Raleigh, Inter-faith Food Shuttle...Read More▸

July 22, 2014

New Report: 26% of North Carolina’s children live in poverty

A new report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation provides a sobering look at how children are faring in North Carolina. The 2014 KIDS COUNT…Read More▸

July 20, 2014

WRAL campaign aims to end hunger

Here’s a fact: Right now, in our community, 1 in 4 children and 1 in 5 adults wake up hungry. WRAL and Radio One Raleigh…Read More▸

July 18, 2014

WRAL-TV AND RADIO ONE RALEIGH LAUNCH HUNGERFREENC COMMUNITY MOVEMENT & MEDIAthon

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July 18, 2014

Join us for a Hunger Free NC

Get ready…this is gonna be big. It’s more than a fundraiser. It’s an entire week dedicated to raising awareness about the problem of hunger in our community.Read More▸

July 17, 2014

Cooking class improves variety, diet for needy

At a cooking class at the Fayetteville Urban Ministries, Veola McRae learned to stretch healthy but expensive ingredients to make better meals for her family…Read More▸

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