Here is where you will find key information about TABLE, resources for volunteers, our families, and other local hunger resources, as well as local and national hunger statistics. If you need further information, feel free to contact us.
John Coleman, TABLE intern, dives into healthy food relationships and provides tips on fostering healthy food relationships with your children. Most people realize the importance of making sure kids are getting the right balance of fruits, vegetables, proteins, and...
TABLE’s Executive Director, Ashton Tippins, shares her tips on how to creatively incorporate fruits and veggies into our children’s diets and how to encourage them to try new foods!
TABLE intern Grace Berry had a chance to talk with one of TABLE’s farm partners, Tanya from Gabor Farms, about their business and partnership with TABLE.
Laura Dille explains how TABLE orders fresh produce through wholesale distributors and local farms as well as receiving donations from community gardens and home gardeners with an abundance, and from donors who purchase fresh food from the store for us.
TABLE was featured on CBS17 - highlighting the need for food in the community, and that there is a waitlist for services.
TABLES's Volunteer & Nutrition Education Director, Abi Warmack, offers some answers to a question she receives a lot, “why don’t families just make healthier choices when it comes to eating?”
To ensure the nutritional quality of the food items we distribute to children in our community, TABLE has its own set of nutritional guidelines!
If you’re looking for new ways to engage with your kids and introduce them to their community, then volunteering may be a great option for you!
For many children, being hungry is only a temporary feeling. When they are hungry, they simply open their refrigerator or look in the pantry to find something to eat and their hunger is alleviated. But, what happens when there isn’t anything fresh in the refrigerator or healthy in the pantry to satisfy those hunger pains?
While most people consider collard greens to be a “southern” food, they are also a popular vegetable in other types of regional cooking. They can be combined with pasta for an Italian meal, included in a variety of Spanish soups, and have been used in African and Mexican sauce recipes.
Did you know some places on earth boast life expectancies of 100 years or more? These areas are called Blue Zones and this is where longevity and vitality reign supreme. Together, we’re going to dive into where these places are located, what factors make living past 100 possible, how TABLE incorporates these factors similarly into our programs.
Suzanne talks about the importance of talking with our kids about hunger and food insecurity and how you and your kids can give back together. Teaching our kids to help others will help them grow up with compassion & empathy to better their community as adults.
TABLE Announces the Successful Completion Of Its Room to Grow Capital Campaign $3,250,000 Raised to Support Hunger Relief Nonprofit’s Move Into A Permanent Space To Serve More Orange County Children Carrboro, NC (August 24, 2023) –TABLE, a Carrboro-based nonprofit...
The families we serve are at the heart of everything we do at TABLE. By collaborating with and listening to the parents of the kids who participate in our programs, we have created programs that better address their specific needs and hired engagement staff to make...
TABLE’s Director of Development, Harmony Chavis, shares her thoughts in our latest blog on how each of us can contribute to fighting the stigma of food insecurity. Sometimes the little things can lead to something bigger.
Edna Lewis lived a long, beautiful life from April 1916 to February 2006. Her legacy still lives on today. Answers have been adapted from an article in The New York Times by Francis Lam entitled “Edna Lewis and the Black Roots of American Cooking.”
Meet Spring Council from Mama Dips, check out broccoli as the fresh food choice, and try our recipe for Broccoli & Cheddar Omelet Pie.