People Offering Relief for Chapel Hill Carrboro Homes
PORCH is an all-volunteer, grassroots hunger relief organization whose mission is to collect and distribute food for families going hungry in the Chapel Hill and Carrboro community. Through monthly neighborhood food drives, PORCH stocks the shelves of eight local food pantries with canned goods. Its Food for Families program delivers fresh fruits and vegetables, milk, ground beef and eggs directly into the hands of over 250 local families in need.
PORCH's Next Sort Dates:
The local food pantries that PORCH serves request the following items:
cans of meat (tuna, chicken, or spam)
cans of soup and stew
peanut butter and jelly
bags of rice (white or brown)
cans of vegetables of all kinds
cans of fruit of all kinds
cans or bags of beans and lentils
oatmeal and low-sugar cereals
dried pasta and pasta sauce
Five-Minute Survey. This school year PORCH is partnering with a Capstone Team of graduate students at the UNC School of Public Health to create a survey to hear from volunteers about their roles assisting PORCH. No matter your level of support with PORCH – whether you’re a neighborhood coordinator, food sort volunteer, food donor, or volunteer once a month or even once a year – the Capstone Team wants to hear from you! Your input is very important in helping PORCH improve the quality of the experiences offered to volunteers and recipients. The information you share is anonymous and will be compiled with other volunteer responses to give PORCH leadership valuable input. CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE FIVE-MINUTE SURVEY.