Community updates: Meal delivery and other food services affected by COVID-19

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Friday, May 15, 2020
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Many community services that residents rely on, including meal deliveries and other food-related services, are being affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.

What can we help you with? View our COVID-19 information and resources page here

ABC11 will update this information as changes become available. Information is organized by county.


Community Food Pantries are open across Wake County to help provide food for families during the COVID-19 outbreak. Please call your nearest pantry before you arrive to confirm their hours and availability: Find your nearest community pantry information here.


Beginning April 6, Meals on Wheels Durham is delivering once a week with food for the week. Get updates here.


In Chapel Hill, Several local organizations are providing meals, food boxes, and other forms of assistance to people in need.

To see how to get food, view the daily schedule of food assistance options at the following links:

In English

In Spanish


Meals on Wheels of Alamance County is making once-a-week deliveries to seniors in need. Each delivery has a week's worth of meals.