Happy Black History Month from Care and Share Food Bank

Care and Share honors Black History Month, which celebrates the important contributions and culture of Black Americans while acknowledging the enduring tribulations that mark our nation’s history. Contributions like those made by Earline Middleton, Vice President of Partner Services & Public Policy for the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, who is instrumental in launching programs aimed at feeding the most vulnerable populations — children and seniors, advocating for strong federal and state nutrition programs, and helping partner agencies expand their capacity to nourish more people.

Take some time to learn the history of influential Black hunger-fighters:

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