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June 6, 2015 •

IFFS Teaching Farm – Pulling Weeds to Prep for New Seeds

Centerline is proud to partner with The Teaching Farm. It’s a great volunteer opportunity where every job contributes to the same goal – relieving hunger.Read More▸

June 5, 2015 •

Former NFL center Jason Brown led to life of service through agriculture

Former NFL center Jason Brown grew thousands of sweet potatoes to be harvested by volunteer networks of gleaners and then distributed by IFFS.Read More▸

June 2, 2015 •

Jill Staton Bullard discusses food deserts across NC

Jill Staton Bullard appears on WRAL-FM to discuss food deserts & efforts to alleviate hunger across North Carolina with Chris Fitzsimon.Read More▸

From left to right: Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Farm Manager Kay Coleman, Incubator Farmer Jesse Crouch of NC Regrown, Incubator Farmer Maria of LuLu’s Farm, Lucky 32 Executive Chef Russell Shinn, and Lucky 32 Sous Chef Jonny Hazel.
May 27, 2015 •

Spring’s Bounty of Fresh, Local Vegetables and Fruits | Lucky 32 Blog

As I perused the rows of the freshest produce possible at IFFS' Teaching Farm in Raleigh, ideas for new Lucky 32 menu items flashed through my mind.Read More▸

May 19, 2015 •

Building Community Gardens, Building Healthier Selves

Eliza Bordley, IFFS Durham Food Security Manager, manages the BCBSNC Community Garden on the Durham campus with a passion for sustainable agriculture.Read More▸

May 7, 2015 •

WakeMed and Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Partner on 2015 Farmers Market

The second annual WakeMed Farmers Market at Raleigh Campus opens May 5 to help bring fresh fruits and vegetables into ‘food desert’ areas like SE Raleigh.Read More▸

April 27, 2015 • WRAL

Camden Street Learning Garden helps grow food, community in Southeast Raleigh

"It's kind of fun because we get to plant whatever we want and we eat healthy stuff and it keeps us living," said Jermain Sanders.Read More▸

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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▸