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October 30, 2014

A Day at the Vineyard – Gleaning Muscadine Grapes in Zebulon with IFFS

IFFS volunteer Kelley guest blogs about her experience on a field gleaning trip to harvest surplus muscadine grapes in Zebulon, N.C.Read More▸

October 24, 2014

IFFS Celebrates Food Day 2014 with Grocery Store Tours

IFFS’s Nutrition Educators celebrated Food Day 2014 by leading Cooking Matters at the Store tours & demonstrating how to shop healthy on a limited budget.Read More▸

October 21, 2014

Urban Ag Intern Graduation!

It is a bittersweet feeling to bid farewell to our first class of Urban Agriculture interns. Learn about their journey, in their own words...Read More▸

October 21, 2014

VIDEO: Volunteers find food for the hungry

Every Saturday in October, volunteers for IFFS and Society of St. Andrews celebrate Yam Jam by gathering extras from sweet potato fields to feed the hungry.Read More▸

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October 20, 2014

Enloe High’s Charity Ball will raise money to feed the hungry

This year’s Enloe Charity Ball goal is to present a $75,000 check to IFFS at the community dance Dec. 6 at the Marbles Kids Museum in downtown Raleigh.Read More▸

October 16, 2014

Fertilizing a food desert

An urban farm and community garden has sprouted at 500 Hoke Street in southeast Raleigh, placing the IFFS urban gardens at the heart of a “food desert.”Read More▸

October 13, 2014

66th Culinary Job Training Program Graduation!

There’s always an extra kick in our step on CJTP Graduation Days - when 11 weeks of learning knife skills & persevering pay off.Read More▸

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October 10, 2014

Give a man a fish…

I have faith IFFS will use our donation to change the lives of many people in our area & continue their mission until hunger is truly ended in the Triangle.Read More▸

October 9, 2014

Coastal Night at the Hurricanes to Support Inter-Faith Food Shuttle

Buy a deeply discounted Hurricanes ticket to their Nov. 1 game, & a portion of every ticket purchased through this special offer will benefit IFFS.Read More▸

October 9, 2014

A Tour of Farming Traditions of Burma in the Piedmont of N.C.

A cultural preservation project, Transplanting Traditions lets Burmese refugee families practice native agricultural skills.Read More▸

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