Our next food distribution event is scheduled for April 27th! Our goal for this initiative will be to collect, pack, and distribute at least 20 bags of food each month. We will observe all safety precautions during onsite activities. As a reminder: The aim of this initiative will serve to actively engage with our local community, primarily Communities in Schools. The Food Distribution will provide grocery staples to our neighbors in the Raleigh area who are experiencing food insecurity as a result of the economic impact of the pandemic. We will observe safety precautions during this with masks and hand sanitizer provided onsite. Please read below for more information.
How Can You Help?
We need volunteers for the following roles:
1) Food and Paper Bag donations: look below for drop off date and times (anyone can participate with this!) Please see the food list on the church website and announcements.
2) Packing and sorting food – 6 volunteers – Setup will take place in fellowship hall
3) Food distribution: 5 volunteers – Distribution setup by the driveway entrance of the church
We are in need of food donations. Each bag of grocery (1 bag per family & 20 bags in total) will need the following food items: (Volunteers have already committed to providing twenty shelf stable milk, twenty 16 Oz. jars of Peanut Butter, 20 bags of rice, 20 bags of Beans, twenty cans of Chicken, twenty cans of fruit, twenty bags of MASA and
– Macaroni and Cheese
– Canned Starchy Vegetables like beans, corn, sweet and white potatoes
_Canned Vegetables like green beans, green peas, leafy vegetables, etc.
– Juice Boxes
– Canned Tuna
– Sandwich Bread
*You can find these food items at your local grocery store (i.e. Food Lion, Kroger, Harris Teeter, Publix, etc.)
(A member will be onsite by the fellowship hall to receive donations)
Saturday April 24th – Food and donation Drop off @ 12-1PM
Monday, April 26th – Food sorting and packing @ 5-7 PM
Tuesday, April 27th – Food Distribution @ 10-11 AM
Thank you for your support!