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February 27
Community Invited to Weigh in on Plan to End Hunger

More than 130,000 people in Wake County cannot afford nutritious food on a regular basis. Thousands lack easy access to grocery stores or other food sources. Wake County residents are invited to help shape a plan to work toward ending hunger in our community.

Wake County is working with Capital Area Food Network and the Community Food Lab to develop a comprehensive food security plan to ensure all Wake County residents have access to enough food to lead healthy lives. The plan will include recommendations on policies, partnerships and activities that will improve the local food system.

Residents are encouraged to attend upcoming public information sessions to provide their input on the plan. Sessions will be held:

Those who wish to attend should RSVP to briana@communityfoodlab.org.

Learn more about the food security plan by visiting the Capital Area Food Network’s website.


 



 

 

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