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Be a member of the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina’s SPRING 2014 Class of Speakers Bureau Ambassadors!
Create a ripple effect in the community to benefit the fight against hunger. Speakers’ Bureau Ambassadors allow the Food Bank to reach larger audiences and share information about FBCENC, hunger issues and the many ways that people like you can get involved in fighting hunger and its root causes.
The work of the Speakers’ Bureau Ambassadors is incredibly important, since the Food Bank of CENC has limited staff time.
JOIN OUR SPEAKERS BUREAU!
Our Ambassadors are on the forefront, inspiring thousands of people to take vital steps to help end hunger in our 34 counties through the following avenues:
Volunteers engage the community, educate people about hunger issues and the crucial services FBCENC provides all while inspiring people at places of worship, schools, and businesses to take action and give funds, food, time and/or voice.
Volunteers advocate for FBCENC at a variety of different events, from volunteer fairs at workplaces, to resource fairs in low income communities, to food drives at grocery stores, sporting events, you name it!
As a tour guide, your job will involve introducing visitors to the Food Bank by providing a behind-the-scenes opportunity to view the day to day operations of the oldest and largest food bank in the state of N.C.
Join us for a short Interest Meeting to learn more! Limited Space! Reserve your ticket today!
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Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC
The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina is a nonprofit organization that has provided food for people at risk of hunger in 34 counties in central and eastern North Carolina for more than 30 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 warehouses in Durham, Greenville, New Bern, Raleigh, the Sandhills (Southern Pines), and Wilmington. In fiscal year 2014-2015, the Food Bank distributed more than 57 million pounds of food and non-food essentials through these agencies. Sadly, hunger remains a serious problem in central and eastern North Carolina. In these counties, nearly 650,000 people struggle to access nutritious and adequate amounts of food necessary for an active and healthy life.
Learn more: www.foodbankcenc.org