Where Can I Find Meals?
The Wake County Public School System, Wake County and its partners are working together to make sure that food is available to hungry students during these unprecedented times. More than two dozen schools and community centers will serve as food distribution sites, beginning Tuesday, March 17.
- Food will be placed in safe, sanitized containers and distributed at these sites by volunteers curbside to minimize safety concerns.
- ID is not required to pick up food.
For Seniors: Meals on Wheels is operating as usual and Congregate Meal Sites are operating on curbside pickup.
How Can I Help?
If you are interested in volunteering to help at Wake County food distribution sites, please complete the Wake County Food Security and Access Volunteer Form! Complete the Volunteer Form Here
Inter-Faith Food Shuttle & the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina are requesting monetary donations to support the purchase of bulk items for potential emergency food boxes.
Activate Good is seeking volunteers to help with organization’s urgent and remote needs.
Have questions on food safety? Best practices for social distancing? Check out the following resources from Wake County Government and NC State University and other partners