1 in 5 kids in the Greater Triangle is at risk of going hungry today
Children living in households that don’t have enough nutritious food are more likely to fall behind in school. Providing access to healthy meals is one important step in breaking the cycle of poverty. By focusing on Healthy Families, United Way of the Greater Triangle is able to partner with local nonprofit organizations providing children and families with the housing, nutrition, health, and safety support needed to stabilize and overcome the trauma of poverty.
found homes that are safe and affordable
moved beyond traumatic stress and towards healing.
received adequate and nutritious meals.
Here are the organizations working to create Healthy Families
Child Care Services Association
Durham’s Early Learning Two-Generation Alliance (DELTA)
Habitat for Humanity of Wake County
Orange Congregations in Mission, Inc.
Habitat for Humanity of Durham
Inter-Faith Council for Social Services, Inc.
MDT (Including Triangle Family Services and SAFEchild)
TLC (Formerly Tammy Lynn Center)
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle, Inc.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh
Durham Collaborative to End Family Homelessness (DCEFH)
Habitat for Humanity of Orange County
Johnston Lee Harnett Community Action
StandUp-SpeakOut of North Carolina