Right here in greater Greensboro, there are people trying to make nutritious food accessible to those who are struggling most to get it. Check out a few of the local resources below.
Renaissance Community Co-Op is working to alleviate an 18 year food desert and bring jobs, healthy living options and community wealth by building a 10,530 square foot full service grocery store. Learn more and to see how you can get involved.
Amy Murphy, also know as The Chicken Lady, created booklets that list out free meals and free food pantries in Greensboro. The booklets include when, where and how to get to these locations.
Click here to access The Little Green Book (free meals).
Click here to access The Little Blue Book (free food pantries).
Greensboro Urban Ministry has been serving the community since 1967. Their food bank collects and redistributes good, edible food to as many as 110 people a day. Learn more.
A Healthy Us is a blog to educate, empower and engage YOU in creating a healthier lifestyle and serves as a countdown to United Way Day of action.
Day of Action, taking place on June 21st, is an opportunity for our community to come together and address the issues that matter most!
To find out how you can get involved, click here.