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March 27, 2017

Urban Gardens: Building Community and Fellowship One Tomato At a Time

Growing our own vegetables can be tricky and a little scary – for those of us who have parents who garden, we learned from errors…Read More▸

March 27, 2017

CJTP Student Comes Full Circle

A recent Culinary Job Training Program graduate exemplifies Inter-Faith Food Shuttle’s culture of second chances. In 2007 Sherby was employed at the Food Shuttle as…Read More▸

March 23, 2017

Culinary Job Training Program Graduates 5 New Chefs

Since its inception, 74 graduation ceremonies have been held for the Culinary Job Training Program—celebrating 400+ individuals who succeeded in completing the 10-week intensive class.…Read More▸

March 20, 2017

Wake launches food programs at 48 poorest schools

RALEIGH Wake leaders are touting progress in providing food for the county’s most vulnerable students. The county on Tuesday announced that every public school in…Read More▸

March 14, 2017

Digging into community gardening

RALEIGH — Local food advocates gathered in downtown Raleigh for the Dig In! conference on Saturday, March 4, to educate people on ways they can…Read More▸

March 14, 2017

North Carolina receives mixed grades on child welfare

RALEIGH, N.C. — A yearly report card that sizes up the overall health of North Carolina children had mixed reviews for the Tar Heel State.…Read More▸

March 10, 2017

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina – Building a Culture of Goodwill

Every two weeks 20+ employees at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross) gather together on the Durham campus and find a…Read More▸

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