WHAT WE'RE ABOUT
POVERTY ALLEVIATION WITHIN WAKE COUNTY
Urban Ministries of Wake County engages our community to serve and advocate on behalf of those affected by poverty by providing food and nutrition, promoting health and wellness, and by laying the foundations of home.
PEOPLE FOUND FOOD
PATIENTS FOUND HEALTH
WOMEN FOUND SAFETY
ACROSS WAKE COUNTY
Are forced to choose between food or electricity; to deal with symptoms of disease or seek a doctor; and to seek shelter or risk violence.
Urban Ministries of Wake County alleviates the effects of poverty for 24,000 people by providing food, healthcare, and shelter to our most vulnerable neighbors, allowing families to reallocate the costs associated with their basic needs.
1. Start Your Holiday Shopping Early That’s right! What would Stone Soup Supper be without a potter’s village?! The Triangle Potters Guild will be on-site with some of their finest pottery! One piece of pottery comes with...
Just a few weeks ago, Urban Ministries’ Hunger and Nutrition program switched from being a pantry that pre-bags food for hungry families to a pantry that allows clients to choose their own groceries. Here’s what people are...
Tour D’Coop is a one-day community tour throughout Wake County that educates visitors about keeping hens, while also inspiring prospective urban farmers. The Tour raises needed funding to continue programs working to alleviate poverty by eliminating hunger,...
1. Pollinate Naturally with Bumble Bees Natural pollination using bumblebees is an effective way of increasing crop production and reducing labor through more efficient pollination. Also, many crops are well suited to natural pollination with bumblebees. 2....
Urban Ministries helped me keep my head above water. Sometimes you feel like you’re drowning when you don’t get that help that you need. Urban Ministries has helped me when I needed it.
Marissa, Nutrition Client
Urban Ministries returns people to a wholesome living and makes you feel good as a person again. No one gives up on you.
Kenneth, Open Door Clinic Patient
Key to my sustained participation is the character of the staff–full time and volunteer– over the years: competent and caring folks coming together to help those less fortunate.
Dr. Ben Ferdon, Volunteer Gardener
I look at myself in the mirror constantly now because it was something I couldn’t do at one time. Today I can do anything that I want and need to do for myself. It’s the best thing in the world when you gain your independence back.