United Way of the Greater Triangle’s Durham One Fund is now accepting contributions for “Food for Durham,” a campaign supporting local food and hunger relief nonprofits in securing food, equipment, and other related needs for feeding the community during COVID-19 and beyond.
Food for Durham emerged out of an expressed need for critical funding shared by Durham County food pantries and support service agencies to Durham County’s COVID-19 Food Security Task Force. During the pandemic, many such nonprofits experienced exponential increases in clients seeking food.
But this hunger crisis is not new. The pandemic only deepened long-standing community challenges around food access in Durham. Your support will help local food and hunger relief agencies continue to respond to these critical needs now and in the future.
Do you also want to give of your time? Please check out the “Feeding Durham Together” volunteer portal via the Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Leadership Center for a wide variety of opportunities to serve area food relief agencies.