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  • KNIGHTDALE

    Annual project by LDS churches in Raleigh helps fuel Food Bank

    The nine Raleigh branches of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are now in their seventh year uniting on what they call a month of service.

  • FEED THE NEED

    Grow Our Kids program at Salem Elementary in Apex helps hungry families

    Sam LoPiccolo worried about local families that couldn’t afford enough food. So she and her sister started Grow Our Kids, a program that provides food to needy families at Salem Elementary School in Apex. Now she hopes others will duplicate her efforts.

  • WENDELL

    Wendell farmers support food bank

    Since 2008, the Parker brothers of Gulfstream Produce have donated about 300,000 pounds of produce each year to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina.

  • FEED THE NEED

    Feed the Need 2014

    One child in four in our community will go hungry tonight. That's not the way things should be. Won't you join us and make a difference for kids in need?

  • FEED THE NEED PARTNERS

    Sponsors

    The News & Observer and the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina are proud to have the following organizations support Feed the Need:

  • DONATE MONEY

    Ways to give

    Easy ways to fight hunger in the Triangle - either online or through the mail.

  • ABOUT FEED THE NEED

    Kids shouldn't go hungry

    Feed the Need is a partnership of The News & Observer, the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina and our sponsors, Harris Teeter and Syngenta. Together, we are raising awareness about children at risk of hunger, collecting nonperishable food and generating cash donations to support the ...

  • DONATE FOOD

    Food drive

    Look for collection bins in your neighborhood Harris Teeter store, or come by selected stores on Feed The Need Day, April 26.

  • FOOD BANK

    Serving our community

    Feed the Need benefits the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina. Established in 1980, the Food Bank is a non-profit organization that provides food to the 500,000 people at risk of hunger in 34 counties in central and eastern North Carolina.

  • CONTACT

    Get in touch

    Email feedtheneed@newsobserver.com or write to us at:

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