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2015-04-20 15_29_30-Raleigh boy does his part to help the hungry with third food drive _
April 20, 2015 • WTVD

Raleigh boy does his part to help the hungry with third food drive [VIDEO]

"If no one did this, there would be a world full of hungry kids," said 9-year-old William, aka The Food Drive Kid.Read More▸

April 20, 2015 • WNCN

3rd grader’s nonprofit receiving national recognition [VIDEO]

A local third grader, William (aka "The Food Drive Kid"), is receiving national recognition for his efforts to fight hunger.Read More▸

April 13, 2015 • WRAL

Third grader is charity CEO for food donation drive

"I feel like it's important because, if no one did this, there would be a lot of hungry kids," William Winslow said. Read More▸

April 2, 2015 • News & Observer

Save-A-Lot store opens in Southeast Raleigh

New Southeast Raleigh grocery store, Save-A-Lot, aims to fill a need for fresh, affordable food in a neighborhood where residents have few grocery options.Read More▸

April 1, 2015 •

Cameron Village to open underground for one night

Cameron Village will open the underground up one last time on May 16 from 8 p.m. to midnight to benefit BackPack Buddies and Inter-Faith Food Shuttle. Read More▸

April 1, 2015 • Triangle Business Journal

Cameron Village to open former ‘underground subway’ one last time, for charity benefit

Cameron Village is opening up the "underground" for one last time at a May 16 event to benefit BackPack Buddies and the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle. Read More▸

2015-03-16 14_30_21-Interfaith Food Shuttle feeding Wake County's young __
March 16, 2015 •

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle feeding Wake County’s young

According to Wake Co. Public School System, about half of the county's students rely on the free & reduced lunch program, & many go hungry on the weekends.Read More▸

Jordan Jones, 8, finishes his meal of bean soup and cornbread at home on Friday. His mother, Joyce Todd-Jones, has struggled with her food budget the past two weeks, having to feed her children extra meals at home during snow days off from school. Her family relies on the free or reduced breakfast and lunch programs at school. ROBERT WILLETT —
March 10, 2015 •

Chilling hunger

“I worry very much about kids not getting anything to eat over the snow break. Most hopefully are able to scrounge out something for themselves.”Read More▸

March 9, 2015 •

Dig In! to Urban Community Gardening in Cary

The garden doesn’t just teach children about growing their own food–Northwoods donates produce from the school garden to Inter-Faith Food Shuttle.Read More▸

March 5, 2015 •

Papa Spud’s: Less Waste, More Goodness

Each week, Papa Spud’s donates any leftover food to IFFS. “All the products are in good condition...that just didn’t get into our boxes,” Meyer said.Read More▸