Salvation Army end of year shopping spree at Kroger

End of year shopping spree provides extra meals

Hunger is a serious problem in Food Bank CENC’s 34-county service area year-round, but the holidays are an exceptionally difficult time to be without. The Food Bank works with our more than 800 community partner agencies to distribute millions of pounds of food each year, and we know it’s still not enough. Fortunately, this December…

FBCENC at Capital Blvd is fully operational

New Capital Blvd. facility fully operational

Next time you volunteer, visit, or bring donations to Food Bank CENC in Raleigh, make sure you double check the address in your GPS! After almost two decades at Tarheel Drive, you will no longer find the Food Bank there. As of November 21, 2016 all Raleigh operational aspects are running out of our sparkling new…

1 Million lbs distributed in Hurricane Matthew Relief

Your donations are making a real impact. This past week, Food Bank CENC surpassed the 1,000,000 pound milestone in our Hurricane Matthew relief efforts. Your donations made that possible. Since our previous email we’ve also surpassed 100 truckloads, aided two additional counties, and packed 1,200 more disaster relief boxes for families just returning home from…

By the Numbers: Hurricane Matthew Relief (as of Oct. 25)

Support Continues after Matthew: Your donations in action Another week has gone by since Hurricane Matthew hit, and we’re still busy. Busy receiving generous donations of funds and supplies from folks across the state. Busy packing boxes and sending truckloads to areas still suffering from the effects of Hurricane Matthew. But it is thanks to you…

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Helping Neighbors After Matthew (as of Oct. 20)

Almost two weeks ago, the first drops of Hurricane Matthew began falling on North Carolina soil. Since then, thousands experienced power outages, flooding, and even evacuations. But when disaster strikes, the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina has a history of being there to help. In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, our ability…