Hunger Action Month

September is Hunger Action Month. Hunger exists in every county in the U.S., affecting 48 million Americans hunger_action_monthincluding 15 million children. In northeast North Carolina, we have approximately 52,900 people facing food insecurity.  Food Bank of the Albemarle believes that hunger IS solvable and we’re leading the charge to end it and ask everyone to take action to fight hunger in our community, all month

This year’s campaign seeks 40,000 actions – a volunteer shift, a social media post, or a donation – from the public that will help end hunger one helping at a time.

Want to start engaging your business, church, or organization with the Food Bank and Hunger Action Month? Contact Brian Gray, Communications and Volunteer Manager at 252-562-8148 or via email at brgray@afoodbank.org

September marks the twelfth year the Feeding America network has organized this annual call to action.  To learn more about Food Bank of the Albemarle and other ways you can get involved for Hunger Action Month in northeastern NC, please visit www.afoodbank.org or HungerActionMonth.org. You can also join the conversation by posting photos or stories to social media with #HungerActionMonth, @ECFoodBank and @FeedingAmerica.

Together, we can be a part of the solution to end hunger.
Watch this brief segment of “I Am Hampton Roads” featuring Lue Malakia, one of our very dedicated volunteers: