Wake County Blog

Have you spotted the new garden?

Thanks to some AWESOME volunteers the Center for Hope now has a garden that offers fresh basil, squash, and other items that can be used in our kitchen. Fresh and healthy choices are so important to the families in our shelter; however, fresh produce is not only expensive and hard to keep at the center because it’s perishable. However, Learn more about how we can utilize fresh produce and healthy snacks for the kids and families ==>

Volunteer Hightlight: Laura & the Rosenbrock Family

From Ives Maready: As the Volunteer Coordinator, I have the pleasure of working with so many amazing people wanting to help the community. This month, we’d like to highlight one volunteer who made a pledge to make a difference in her community. Meet Laura Rosenbrock

As the Summer Heat Rises, so does Food Insecurity in Wake County

Food is a major need, and food insecurity is a growing concern in WakeCounty – especially in the summer months. We need YOUR help. Donations of canned or nonperishable goods are crucial this time of year.

Make an Impact One Box of Cereal at a Time

With an increased number of families and individuals seeking assistance with food, our food pantry is working overtime. See how you can help these families.