Many non-profit organizations need our assistance more than ever as they seek to help the most vulnerable among us during the corona virus outbreak.
- The Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, one of UUFR’s long-time community partners, is launching a new program to help families with children experiencing food insecurity as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. The new program will provide nutritious, family-sized flash-frozen meals prepared by the IFFS culinary program. The culinary team will prepare 2500 meals a week in our commercial kitchen and they will be distributed free. Meals cost $2 each to prepare. Click here to donate.
- Urban Ministries, another long-time UUFR community partner, can no longer accept food donations, but financial donations can help them buy food to distribute. Visit urbanmin.org to make an online donation or make out a check to Urban Ministries (with “Food — UUFR” in the memo line), and send it to U.M. 1390 Capitol Blvd, Raleigh 27603
- The U.S. Committtee for Refugees and Immigrants, which has a North Carolina Field Office, is providing cash assistance to refugee and immigrant families who have lost wages or employment because of the corona virus outbreak. Click here to make a donation today.