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Fighting Food Insecurity
During COVID-19 & Beyond

Since March 2020, we have stood in the gap to fight food insecurity in our Durham community. Food insecurity became very personal to us at the beginning of the pandemic, when schools were not open for in-person learning, leaving some students without a needed source of nutrition. Parents of kids who had attended our previous summer camp reached out for help. We immediately mobilized volunteers and donations in order to meet the needs of the kids and their families. While we thought we would be standing in the gap for a couple of weeks, God had other plans! Since March 18, 2020, we have provided over 120,000 meals! 

Currently, Ignite C3 Provides monthly food support to over 40 neighboring families.













Durham ministry helps bridge food gap while schools are

closed due to COVID-19

By Anthony Wilson

Wednesday, April 15, 2020 6:26PM

Partner with us to fight ongoing food security in Durham. Drop off canned and boxed food, along with canned chicken to our drop box located outside of our front entrance. We currently invest over $1200.00 monthly for food support. We covet your financial support, which is tax-deductible.

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