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Explore opportunities in hunger, homelessness, and healthcare
ALLEVIATING POVERTY

OUR MISSION

Advocating for neighbors affected by poverty

PROVIDING OPPORTUNITY

OUR VOLUNTEERS

Opportunities working in Hunger, Homelessness, and Healthcare

PROVIDING A HAND UP

HELP & SUPPORT

More than 90 cents of every dollar donated goes to client services

WHAT WE'RE ABOUT

ENDING POVERTY IN 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.

21,035

PEOPLE FOUND FOOD

1,588

PATIENTS FOUND HEALTH

386

WOMEN FOUND SAFETY

100,000 PEOPLE

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 serves more than 25,000 Wake County residents each year by providing food and nutrition, healthcare and medicine, and shelter, counseling and a path home.

OUR SINCEREST APPRECIATION

MULTI-YEAR PARTNERS

04 Aug

Deborah Williams-Maske | Welcoming the Stranger

  • By Jordan Hewitt
  • Cause in
The Helen Wright Center for Women (HWCW) is a place that lends for opportunities to welcome the stranger. As an interning chaplain at the Center, I experience amazing opportunities daily to welcome the stranger. I too feel...
28 Jun

Open Your Heart-Volunteer | Dr. Peter Morris

  • By Jordan Hewitt
  • Cause in
For a great and growing community Wake County still has its needs. Invisible needs or at least needs hard to see. We’re blessed though to be a generous community. Urban Ministries is asking for more. Oh sure,...
04 May

A Place That Would Forever Change Me |
Kaylin Prestage

  • By Jordan Hewitt
  • Cause in
My whole life I have wanted to become a physician. In college, I took all of the classes and the MCAT exam, hoops one must jump through before the application process for medical school. I did research...
13 Apr

Making the Needs of my Neighbor a Priority |
Scott Shackleton

  • By Jordan Hewitt
  • Cause in
It seems that we live in a culture that is deeply divided. Our politics reflect that, and many of our conversations. It’s easy to divide people into “us” and “them”. We can feel relaxed and comfortable around...
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