Access to healthy food fills more than just empty stomachs
1 in 5 children in the Greater Triangle is still food insecure.
They don’t have reliable access to enough affordable, nutritious food.
It’s getting harder and harder for households to afford the basic costs of living and also juggle the rising prices of housing, utilities, transportation, child care and health care. Here’s how United Way of the Greater Triangle is investing in local nonprofit organizations committed to ending food insecurity so that our neighbors can focus on everything else needed to overcome poverty and increase social mobility.