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Food Bank Assistance

Children, families and seniors across North Carolina are in need of food, water and supplies.

Many residents of our state are in need of basic supplies after the havoc of Florence. Help us help them by donating: food; hygiene products; household products; and paper products to the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina.

Donating to the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina is easy:

  • Schedule A Pick Up
    Call our office at 910-557-0051 and schedule a pick up at your home or office. We will send one of our service vehicles out to pick up any donations you may have. 910-557-0051
  • Drop Off Supplies
    Stop by our office during our business hours (8am-5pm) and drop off any supplies that you may have:
    2066 Juniper Lake Road
    Pinehurst, NC 27374

Donation Items Needed:

  • Canned Fruits & Veggies
  • Canned Meat
  • Canned Beans and Soup
  • Cereal
  • Whole Grain Pasta and Rice
  • Peanut Butter
  • Hygiene Items
  • Household Items
  • Paper Products

Donation Items Needed For Infants and Kids:

  • Diapers
  • Wipes
  • Pedialyte
  • Infant Cereal
  • Fruit Cups
  • Granola Bars
  • Mac & Cheese Cups
  • Crackers
  • Juice Boxes

Donation Items Needed For Senior Citizens:

  • Nutritional Shakes and Drinks
  • Adult Hygiene Products

Please Call Our Office With Any Questions Or To Schedule A Pick Up: 910-557-0051

About Our Friends At The Food Bank of Eastern And North Carolina:

The mission of the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina is: No One Goes Hungry in Central & Eastern North Carolina.

Established in 1980, the Food Bank is a nonprofit organization that has provided food for people at risk of hunger in 34 counties for over 35 years. The Food Bank serves a network of more than 800 partner agencies such as soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters, and programs for children and adults through distribution centers in Durham, Greenville, New Bern, Raleigh, the Sandhills (Southern Pines) and Wilmington.

Sadly, food insecurity remains a serious problem in central and eastern North Carolina. In these counties, more than nearly 605,000 people struggle to access nutritious and adequate amounts of food necessary for a healthy life.

Click here to learn more about their mission and their daily work on their website: