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May 11, 2016 • WakeMed Voices

WakeMed & Inter-Faith Food Shuttle: Partnering to Make a Difference

Together, WakeMed & IFFS are bringing fresh, healthy food into a food desert - via a public farmers' market that offers a 2 for 1 match on SNAP benefits.Read More▸

Facing west on Geer Street. Reinvestment Partners and the Geer Street Learning Garden on the left. Photo by Holly Bourne.
April 23, 2016

100 East Geer Street

IFFS is collaborating up and down an East-Durham city block, working towards establishing a local, urban food system.Read More▸

Jill Staton Bullard
April 12, 2016 • NC Policy Watch

Jill Bullard discusses food insecurity with NC Policy Watch

Jill Staton Bullard appears on "News and Views" with Chris Fitzsimon to discuss food insecurity and details of a new GSK Impact grant that will help...Read More▸

COOKING MATTERS: New class emphasizes nutrition, budgeting PART 1
March 27, 2016 • The Herald Sun

COOKING MATTERS: New class emphasizes nutrition, budgeting

A cooking class in Hillsborough is geared toward low-income families and focuses on nutritious cooking and shopping on a budget.Read More▸

WRAL New Media team at Camden Street Learning Garden
March 17, 2016 • WRALworks.com

WRAL New Media Digs the Camden St. Learning Garden

WRAL.com's New Media team decided to leave the keyboards at the office and pick up a shovel at Camden St. Learning Garden.Read More▸

Fostering Wellness participants
March 10, 2016 • GSK

$1 million GSK IMPACT Grant awarded to build healthy futures for young people aging out of foster care in the Triangle

GSK, with Triangle Community Foundation, awarded a $1M, 2-year GSK IMPACT Grant to Fostering Wellness, an initiative of 7 nonprofits - including IFFS.Read More▸

Families share a meal during a pilot program that aimed to teach participants how to cook healthy foods on a budget.
March 4, 2016 • News and Observer

Raleigh program encourages families to cook healthy meals together

IFFS partnered with CONCERT, Inc. & Enloe High School to bring families together through preparing and eating healthy meals, even on a budget.Read More▸

Landon and Sam showing off this huge zucchini from Marjorie's garden bed at the Camden Street Learning Garden. It's almost as big as Sam!
March 2, 2016 • Raleigh & Company

Dig In to Build Community

Principal Financial Group's $20,000 donation will allow Camden Street Learning Garden to teach even more kids to grow - and eat - vegetables.Read More▸

Principal Financial group at Camden Street Learning Garden
March 1, 2016

Principal Financial Group expands community garden opportunities for growing and learning

Principal Financial Group has awarded a $20,000 grant to support compost education & an outdoor classroom at Camden Street Learning Garden.Read More▸

Landon and Sam showing off this huge zucchini from Marjorie's garden bed at the Camden Street Learning Garden. It's almost as big as Sam!
February 23, 2016 • Advocates For Health In Action

Building Community in the Garden

Creating a fresh food access point in a food desert is clearly important. But the community building that takes place at Camden Street Learning Garden is just as impactful. Read More▸

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