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July 31, 2015

3 ways your garden extras feed the hungry in our community

Generous gardeners donate surplus produce to IFFS via the Plant a Row for the Hungry program. Here's how that healthy food reaches neighbors in need...Read More▸

July 24, 2015

What a day, What a movement!

Thanks to generous donors & hardworking volunteers, #HungerFreeNC MEDIAthon raised $80,000 for the 6 innovative organizations of the HungerFreeNC Coalition. Read More▸

July 19, 2015

Jamie Kirk Hahn’s spirit lives on through Camden Street Learning Garden

Jamie Kirk Hahn's spirit lives on at Camden Street Learning Garden, where kids in Southeast Raleigh's food desert learn the richness of homegrown vegetablesRead More▸

HungerFreeNC MEDIAthon is July 16. Visit for more information.
July 13, 2015


The HungerFreeNC coalition expands the movement's footprint & focuses on solutions to the root causes of hunger: poverty & lack of access to healthy food. Read More▸

July 11, 2015

Jill: Giving our NC communities the food access they deserve

Low-fat milk, eggs, veggies, fruit and meat are on just about every shopping list. But for many in NC, access to these basic grocery items is limited.Read More▸

July 1, 2015

Raleigh might look to Capital Area Food Network for help with urban agriculture

City leaders are looking for input on how to make Raleigh more friendly to urban ag, and they might turn to a group of local food boosters for help.Read More▸

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