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Raleigh, North Carolina

3200 Wellington Ct – Suite 111, 112
Raleigh, NC 27615

Phone: (919) 907-0746

Fax: (919) 839-8971

Email: raleigh@riseagainsthunger.org

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ABOUT US

Rise Against Hunger Raleigh was founded in 2005 and serves the central North Carolina region. Through 2016, 325,000 local volunteers and partnering organizations, including faith groups, schools and corporations, have helped build the local movement to end global hunger. In this region alone, through 2016, more than 40.2 million meals have been packaged to benefit 35 countries.

You’re Invited: Community Meal Packaging Event

Date: Saturday, December 9
Time: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Four shifts starting at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.)
Location: 3200 Wellington Ct – Suite 111, 112 Raleigh, NC 27615
Details: Raleigh is honored to invite the local community to help us wrap up another year, marching towards that day when hunger is eradicated! Join us to package 142,500+ meals for people in need around the globe. Donations to this event are greatly appreciated but NOT required for participation. At this time you can register yourself and your family to participate in this high-impact, fun, family-friendly event. Sign up now!

Volunteer Opportunities

The Raleigh warehouse does accept volunteer help with various tasks and can verify community service hours.  Warehouse volunteers help support meal packaging operations by helping stage for events, restocking supplies, stacking aid pallets for shipment, sanitizing and organizing equipment, sorting merchandise and general cleaning. Labeling bags is a helpful task also, requiring limited physical exertion.

For information about community service hours in the warehouse, please visit our SignUp Genius Page or email Raleigh@RiseAgainstHunger.org.

 

Partner Spotlight

Elizabeth City Collaboration
Stemming from one annual 10,000 church meal packaging event, Christ Episcopal decided to spearhead a much larger collaborative event in Elizabeth City. The kick-off event in November of 2016 ended up with involvement from eight separate faith communities, both local Rotary groups and Elizabeth City State University, who hosted the event in their basketball gym. The event, which drew over 500 people and resulted in 90,000 meals, was an amazing display of diversity and a community coming together to help end world hunger! Engaging entire communities, as we have in Elizabeth City, is an ongoing initiative of the Rise Against Hunger Raleigh Team.

 

 

Act Locally, Impact Globally

Meal packaging events offer a powerful way to make a hands-on impact on world hunger. You raise the funds and rally your friends and family as volunteers, and we'll take care of the rest.

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