As we learned more about COVID-19, it became apparent we would have to do things differently. Here's how our Programs Team shifted their operations to ensure good food could safely reach vulnerable populations like seniors and children.
There are people visiting the Food Bank and our partner agencies who have never had to worry about where their next meal would come from, and because of you we are able to help.
The Food Bank and our network of Partner Agencies are essential to NC. In the face of COVID-19 we continue sending food to our 34-county service area.
We don’t know the long term impact of COVID-19, but we're committed to serving those in need for the long haul, and are thankful for the trust placed in us.
Achieving Service Enterprise certification is a prestigious accomplishment, and we are proud to join the top 11 percent of nonprofits nationwide in volunteer management and organizational performance.
The census is not only an opportunity to empower our community — it is also an opportunity to help ensure our friends and neighbors have access to food.
Pat saw hunger during her career as a registered nurse and now knows how it feels firsthand.
Providing Sustenance, Safety, and Shelter When Kicab Castaneda-Mendez retired he was searching for ways to give back -- particularly ways that would help people who are struggling to meet their basic needs. Kicab was born in the U.S., while his parents and two siblings are from Guatemala. He and his wife Marta have traveled extensively [...]
Dear Friends, You may have noticed something new when you visited our site – it represents something the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina has been working toward for some time. Our new logo represents the innovative ways the Food Bank is developing programs addressing root causes of hunger, building new partnerships, [...]
Overall food insecurity has gone down, but 2 very important populations have not improved: our children and the senior citizens in our community.