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Do you need help obtaining food for yourself or your family?
We can help.
Second Harvest can help connect you with over 430 programs that provide groceries or meals, as well as other services. Our partner network includes emergency pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and meals programs for children, seniors, and older adults with disabilities.
Enter your address or zip code in the search box below to find
Alamance | Alexander | Alleghany | Ashe | Caldwell | Caswell | Davidson | Davie | Forsyth Guilford | Iredell | Randolph Rockingham | Stokes | Surry | Watauga | Wilkes | Yadkin
Program hours/days of operation may change through the COVID-19 public health threat--be sure to call ahead.
You can view or print a complete listing of Second Harvest partner programs that are open to the public here.
resources for children & families
COVID-19 is creating tremendous uncertainty and new challenges for us all. And for families who were already struggling financially, the situation is even more difficult now.
Read on for resources for you and your family.
meals for children
Second Harvest Food Bank is partnering with many area organizations to provide meals for youth 18 years of age and younger. The meals are free.
During the summer, you can Text
FOODNC to 877-877 to find locations for free meals for children.
food & nutrition
Second Harvest team members can help you with the application process over the phone. To receive help, submit your contact information by clicking the link below. Someone from our SNAP/FNS Outreach Team will contact you within 24 hours (Monday-Friday) from this number: 336.422.7758.
Have more questions?
Email us at: FNSOutreach@secondharvest.org
give time. give funds.
give food. give voice.
In the wake of COVID-19, children, families, and seniors need your help. Help us provide safe access to food resources for the most vulnerable members of our community.
Support our Virtual Food Drive.
Trusted resources to help you and your family stay healthy.
It’s important to practice self-care and things that support you and your family's physical health and mental health during stressful times. Here are some suggestions:
Don't rely on social media for accurate information. Follow guidelines suggested by trustworthy sources. World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are both trusted and reliable.
Budget food purchases wisely and prepare meals for your family that can be eaten over several days. Check out Second Harvest's NUTRITION RESOURCES for helpful information.
Remember to unplug from the media and take some time to focus your family's attention on positive activities.
Cooking together will not be canceled.
Conversations will not be canceled.
Music will not be canceled.
Reading will not be canceled.
Exercise will not be canceled.
A Few More Helpful Links:
North Carolina 2-1-1: An information and referral service provided by the United Way of North Carolina with connections to services like housing and shelter, food, health care and more. To reach live support 24/7, dial 2-1-1. The service is free, confidential, and multilingual.