Eva Rosner speaks to the food PORCH Provides that helps sustain her and her family
School social worker Stefanie Mazva-Cohen speaks about how PORCH has enabled deeper connections with students in need
Eva Rosner talks about other ways Porch helps her and her family such as free books for her daughter to read
Welfare workers Susan Friedman talks about how PORCH helps people live normal lives despite their needs. Susan Friedman is Director of Domestic Violence Crisis Services at Compass Center for Women and Families. She cares passionately about providing a safe haven for those who are most vulnerable. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic, intimate partner violence, please call the Compass Center 24-hour support line at 919-919-7122
Mayor of Chapel Hill, Pam Hemminger, speaks about how Porch supports the city and positively impacts the community
PORCH food recipient Tin, a Burmese refugee, speaks about the kinds of food PORCH helps recipients with
Rev Campbell, President of the Rogers Eubanks Neighborhood Association and a Deacon at Faith Tabernacle Oasis of Love Church, speaks about how PORCH not only helps feed, the youth in their program, but it an opportunity to educate and build community.
Rev Campbell, President of the Rogers Eubanks Neighborhood Association and a Deacon at Faith Tabernacle Oasis of Love Church, speaks about the motivation and story behind the book Planting Hope.
Mayor of Carrboro City, Lydia Lavelle shares her personal experience with PORCH, how PORCH contributes to the community
Karen Gilliam from Tiangle Church talks about how PORCH augments their pantry capabilities and the value of fresh produce that PORCH helps supply