Wake Army friends, our Women & Children’s Shelter at the Center of Hope is in grave need of a few items (below), please consider donating as much or as little as you can to help our residents in need. • Diaper sizes: 4, 5, & 6 • Pull Ups • Bath Towels & Washcloths • … Continue reading Items Urgently Needed for Women & Children’s Shelter
Did you know… families who receive welfare services that used to be called Food Stamps and now called EBT cannot purchase toiletry necessities? You can help us get needed items into the hands of needy families in our community. Items such as: Bathroom tissue Paper Towels Kleenex Feminine Hygiene Shampoo & Soap Laundry detergent Household Cleaning … Continue reading Food Stamps/EBT?
The Togetherhood Committee at the Y is partnering with the Miracle League to provide buddies for a few baseball games. The Miracle League’s mission is to create positive life experiences for children and adults with special needs and for their families through baseball. When: October 6th 5:45pm-8pm October 7th 8:45am-11:30am October 7th 10:45am-1:30pm Who: Anyone … Continue reading Baseball Buddies Needed!
Prefer an office environment to the build site? Join us behind-the-scenes as an office support volunteer as we keep our projects humming and support Habitat Wake’s community-transforming work. Habitat Wake is currently seeking regular volunteers in the following areas: Administrative Support Support Habitat Wake’s operations by assisting with front-desk hospitality, data entry, mailings, fund development … Continue reading Habitat Wake Office Support – Make an impact without breaking a sweat!
Urgent Need: Our food pantry is very low on canned tuna, canned vegetables, and pastas. Can you help or spread the word? Drop off anytime! 1390 Capital Blvd, Raleigh 27603
We at Passage Home are looking for motivated and dedicated volunteers to assist our Agriculture Specialist with tending to the community gardens that form such an integral part of the surrounding neighborhoods. Not only do the gardens provide food access and food security in this area—which is considered to be a ‘food desert’ due to … Continue reading Community Garden Work in South Park, Raleigh (Providing Food Access in a Food Desert) *Ongoing
We at Passage Home are looking for interns who can work in our Workforce Development Department assisting our Workforce Development Coordinator in securing and implementing our certification classes and job training. The position will involve coordinating these skills-based programs and executing them effectively. Responsibilities: To provide and assist with program implementation of activities and programs … Continue reading Internship Opportunities Providing Employability Training and Technical Skills to Low-Income Residents
The Ancient Order of Hibernians of Wake County has selected Tri-Area Ministry as its charity partner for the 2017 Feis in the Forest Irish music festival. Saturday, September 23, 2017 3:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. South Taylor Street, Wake Forest The 2017 Raleigh Irish Music Festival is being held on South Taylor Street in downtown … Continue reading Feis in the Forest – An Irish Music Festival
Join the best team in hunger relief! For full position details and applications, please visit www.foodshuttle.org/jobs-internships/. NOTE: Everyone applying for a Food Shuttle Job Opening must submit a completed employment application when they apply. Job Openings: 1. AMERICORPS COOKING MATTERS COORDINATOR The Cooking Matters AmeriCorps member will work with Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Cooking Matters staff … Continue reading Food Shuttle Jobs & Internship Openings
Get your tickets now! Sunday Sept 10th, Mandolin will be hosting it’s 2nd Annual BBQ Fundraiser to benefit the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle. Tickets are only $14 and will go towards feeding those most in need within our community. All food has been donated so this should be a great opportunity to raise some big $$$ … Continue reading Mandolin’s BBQ Food Shuttle Fundraiser
Please help The Salvation Army of Wake County provide school supplies for children living in the shelter. Until September 1, 2017, The Salvation Army of Wake County will be accepting school supplies for school aged children attending elementary, middle, and high school. Fully packed book bags are needed; however, all supplies are greatly appreciated. Supplies … Continue reading School Supplies Drive
More than ever, patients need your help. The Red Cross urges you to schedule an appointment now to donate blood or platelets to overcome a summer shortage. Our life saving work truly would not be possible without you. Come in to donate July 26 to August 31, 2017, and as a special thank you for … Continue reading Help Fight a Summer Blood Shortage
Neighbor to Neighbor Serves marginalized, low income families in downtown Raleigh. We serve to bring hope to a hurting community, and one of the ways we serve the Southeast Raleigh community is through an afterschool mentoring and enrichment program. Come be a mentor! Academic Mentor Opportunities in Language Arts or Math! We need volunteers that … Continue reading Mentor, Inspire, Develop, and Grow a child in the margins
Become a Foster Parent! We need foster and foster to adopt parents as well as those willing to wrap around our foster families, and provide items for foster children in care. Thursday, August 10th from 6-9 p.m. Cross Point Community Church 1001 Steeple Square Ct Knightdale, NC 27545 This is a perfect opportunity to have … Continue reading Foster Parent Info Night
Use Your Social Media Powers For Good! We’re recruiting for our Social Media Ambassadors program at our Raleigh Branch! We invite social media professionals, technology enthusiasts & networked individuals to “use their social media powers for good” and join the Food Bank as Social Media Ambassadors! The Social Media Ambassadors are critical to helping us … Continue reading Become a Social Media Ambassador #Raleigh
“I’m Sarah and I am in the 4th grade. I do well in school and have lots of friends. Usually, I am very outgoing but lately I am quiet and nervous. There are only a few more weeks of school and I am not looking forward to it ending. No school means no food, no … Continue reading Kids Summer Meals, Help Feed Thousands!
Neighbor to Neighbor Serves marginalized, low income families in downtown Raleigh. We will be collecting School Supplies for all of the students that attend our after school mentoring program. Deadline for receiving school supplies is August 19th. For more information, or to schedule a pickup of school supplies please contact Kate Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or … Continue reading School Supplies Needed
Serve as a volunteer at our Day Center on Method Rd. By volunteering to be our receptionist for shifts of either 3 or 5 hours, we are able to keep the Day Center open on Saturdays and Sundays giving the families a place to call home.
Overrun with plastic grocery bags? Donate them to us and you’ll be helping local hungry families in need AND recycling! Drop off at 1390 Capital Blvd Monday-Friday 9-5. Thank you!
We need your help to feed more children, more families, more of your hungry neighbors. On July 19th, the Food Shuttle is once again partnering with WRAL and MIX 101.5 for our annual #BackPackBuddies Mediathon. During the daylong fundraiser, we hope to raise $200,000 to continue to grow our child hunger programs and make an … Continue reading #BackPackBuddies Mediathon