Chapel Hill’s ​Mayor Hemminger Outlines Measures to Support the Community


From Mayor Pam Hemminger

Donate Food or Money

The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools has a plan in place to provide lunch and a snack for children at sites throughout town on weekdays.  Additionally, local non-profits are gearing up to provide groceries and other essentials to local families.

With current resources already stretched thin and demand expected to increase, your help will make a huge difference to local families.

  • The InterFaith Council (IFC) Food Pantry and Community Kitchen are continuing normal operations with new protocols in place for member and volunteer safety.IFC accepts food and cash donations.
  • TABLE has a plan to deliver bags of healthy non-perishables and produce door-to-door to as many of the 727 children they currently serve as possible.TABLE has a Wish List of items and accepts direct food and cash donations.Also, on-line orders through Amazon can be shipped directly to their Carrboro offices at 209 E Main St., Carrboro, NC 27510.
  • Meals on Wheels will continue delivering meals to seniors once a week, providing meals to cover five days of the week.Cash donations are needed.You can mail check or money order to: Chapel Hill-Carrboro Meals on Wheels, PO Box 2102, Chapel Hill NC 27515.
  • The Diaper Bank of North Carolina provides diapers and personal hygiene products to families.Currently their greatest need is for Size 2 and Size 5 diapers, baby wipes and Ziploc bags.Donations of diapers and supplies can be dropped off at 1311 E. Club Blvd., Durham, 27704 or a cash donation can be made on-line.
  • The Town also supports a vast network of Human Services Agencies that provide vital safety net services that may have special needs during this time. To learn more about the groups, see here:
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