Welcome To Feed Craven, A Non-Profit Corporation Our Mission Is To End Hunger in Craven County
According to the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina, Craven County in which we reside has 13,770 people living in households without proper nutrionally, healthy food. This equates to a stagering 14% of the county's population. A worse statistic is that 21% of the children under 18 are without proper nutritionally, healthy food. Facts as these led The Church @ New Bern in 2014 to form a ministry called the Feed Craven Food Pantry. The goal was to help bless absolutely anyone who needs food. In additon, clothing, words of encouragement, and prayer are also available. In order to help meet some of the food needs, we partnered with The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina. With their help and of others supporting the ministry, approxiamtely 500 people are helped each month. It is out of our love for everyone that we are here. To share love in so many ways. Here are additional facts. (1) We are one of five agencies in Craven County which partners with the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina to distribute what food they can provide. (2) We try our best to supplement additional nutritional food products with a goal to provide four healthy meals over a two week period for our guests. (3) All funding is from outside sources. And (4) financial funding is almost always insufficient to provide four full family meals for our guests every two weeks.
Distributions are held the 2nd and 4th Friday of each monthRegistration starts at 5pm and ends sharply at 6pmFood is distributed starting at approximately 7pmLocated at The Church @ New Bern - 3317 US Highway 70 E, New Bern, NC
Vanceboro Christian Help Center is a non-profit Community Outreach Organization, dedicated to improving lives of our neighbors and community through weekly Pantry service.
Home delivered meals, activity center for 60+ clients, health promotion activities exercise, Alzheimer support groups, grief support groups. P.E.R.C. is a support group for individuals with Early Stages of Alzheimer's or dementia; giving them the tools to navigate the disease with their caregivers.
P.E.R.C. stands for: P - Peer Support E - Education R - Resources C - Caregiver Support
The Adult Services Division within Craven County Department of Social Services provides an array of services targeted toward disabled adults and the frail elderly. These services include; Adult Care Home Monitoring, Adult Protective Services, Case Management Services, Guardianship Services, Information and Referral, In-Home Services, Placement Services, Special Assistance In-Home Program (SA/IH), and Special Needs Registration.
If you are in need of support, there are many ways The Salvation Army may be able to help. Please feel free to contact us about the services below:
- Food Pantry
- Clothing Vouchers
- Rent & Utilities Emergency Assistance
- Christmas Assistance
- Disaster Response
Nourish people. Build solutions. Empower communities.
No one goes hungry.
The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina (the Food Bank) is a nonprofit organization that has provided food for our friends and neighbors facing hunger in 34 counties in central and eastern North Carolina for over 40 years. The Food Bank is an affiliate member of Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger relief charity. In terms of total food distributed, the Food Bank ranks in the top 15 nationally among 200 Feeding America food banks and first in North Carolina. Our food distribution programs and child nutrition programs are based on national models.
Simply put, the Food Bank works every day to provide food to people in need while building solutions to end hunger in our communities. The Food Bank began operations in 1980 with funds from the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina and now partners with a network of more than 800 partner agencies such as soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters, and programs for children and adults through distribution facilities in Durham, Greenville, New Bern, Raleigh, the Sandhills (Southern Pines), and Wilmington.
We're here for you.
At Promise Place, we are here to support you in whatever way we can. We are a sexual assault resource center, working to build safer communities free of sexual violence and its impact in Craven, Jones, and Pamlico County. We work to promote change by providing community outreach, education, and prevention programs, and trauma-informed advocacy and mental health services. One of our lesser-known services is our food pantry, which is open to all community members. All our services are provided at no cost, regardless of insurance status. The core of our work is our advocacy, and we offer trauma therapy and community outreach education services to anyone who has been victimized by sexual violence or other crime. Learn more about our organization, what kind of services we offer, and how you can get involved by exploring our website or by visiting us in-person at one of our Craven, Pamlico, or Jones County offices.
At RCS, we understand that everyone is valuable and deserves dignity and respect. We provide a welcoming and inclusive environment where everyone can feel supported and empowered to build a stronger future. In addition to our primary programs, we offer transportation assistance, rent and utility assistance, disaster relief and recovery, emergency food pantry, prescription assistance, and employment readiness boot camps with Craven Community College. Those seeking community (and a hot, home-cooked meal) are welcome Sundays for breakfast at 8:00am and Mondays through Saturdays for lunch beginning at 10:30am.
RCS offers three distinct homelessness housing services:
- Emergency Crisis Shelter: RCS’s traditional 20 bed shelter offers an overnight haven for individuals experiencing homelessness.
- Veteran’s Residence: RCS houses a five-unit, Veteran’s residence on its George Street campus. Here, Veterans are provided consistent housing while they work with a case manager to achieve self-sufficiency
- Family Residence: RCS houses a four-unit, Family residence on its George Street campus. Here, families experiencing homelessness are provided consistent housing while they work with a case manager to achieve self-sufficiency
Serving others with many hands and one heart.
Hope Mission of Carteret County, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. Hope Mission serves the Carteret County community by providing food, shelter, emergency financial assistance, and other means of support such as emotional support, mentoring and counseling.
The mission of Hope Mission Ministries is addressing the needs of poverty, homelessness, and substance abuse in Carteret County.
At Hope Mission, we believe that homeless folks and those that are on the edge or have substance abuse issues have lost their sense of identity. Much of the time that loss of a sense of identity is because of the disconnection from family and community. These folks feel as though they are standing alone against the whole world. And they become discouraged from thinking that life can ever be any better. They lose hope. At Hope Mission, we do everything we can to give them back that sense of belonging. We believe this is vital to their ability to transition back to the full and rewarding lives God intended them to live.
Hope Recovery Homes, Inc. is a twenty-four-hour nonprofit facility established for the purposes of shelter care and recovery from alcohol or other drug addiction through a 12-step, self-help, peer role modeling, and self-governance approach.
Hope Recovery Homes, Inc. utilizes comprehensive evidence based, best practices guidance for its “in house” and “wrap around*” services for all participants. We partner with RHA, Port and Carteret Counseling Services so that participants may receive clinical assistance as well. The program length is approximately 180 days. Hope Recovery Homes has 40 beds total. 3 men's homes and 1 women's home.