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October 18, 2016

New food pantry at Raleigh high school serves hungry students

New food pantries opening in five Wake County high schools this month will make sure students aren’t hungry during non-school hours. Over 56,000 students at…Read More▸

October 14, 2016

Durham food hub connects local farmers to local consumers

With the rise in farm-to-table restaurants and produce delivery services, demand is growing for local food. A Durham group says there’s a gap between local…Read More▸

October 10, 2016

More Wake County high schools get food pantries

RALEIGH Wake County is partnering with the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle to create food pantries at five high schools where more than half the students receive…Read More▸

Map the Meal Gap
April 28, 2016

Feeding America: Food insecurity down slightly in IFFS service area

“The numbers are improving, but there is still a long way to go before our work is done and the Triangle is hunger-free,” says Jill Staton Bullard, IFFS Co-Founder and Emeritus CEO.Read More▸

Jill Staton Bullard
April 12, 2016

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▸

December 20, 2015

Many Wake County students go hungry during winter break

Thousands of Wake County students face hunger while schools are on winter break and not able to serve breakfast & lunch that low-income students rely on.Read More▸

SNAP - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
December 10, 2015

Our Take: White House Releases New Report on Benefits of SNAP

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle enjoyed reading the White House's SNAP report. Here are 3 key findings we think you should see:Read More▸

November 25, 2015

Raleigh students honor local food heroes

Both the IFFS Warehouse and Camden St Learning Garden were recognized by Exploris students for supporting Raleigh's food needs with healthy options. Read More▸

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▸

June 29, 2015

When school’s out, hunger doesn’t take a break

There are children who hate summer because they don’t have food. So our Childhood Hunger & Food Services staff team up for some innovative solutions.Read More▸

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