Wake Forest Community Table
April Newsletter
Meals Served Since April 20, 2020:
Hope House:
Wellington Park:
Discontinued in March Due to Park Closure
Olive Branch Baptist Church:
Welcome Jackie Adams and Oink n Moo Food Truck to our Community Table!
We will be contracting with Jackie and her team to prepare meals on the first and third Wednesdays of the month at Olive Branch this summer. Chef Jackie would love our community to know that her team:
"Is a group of people that love making people happy with food! Oink n Moo by Two Brothers was founded in 2018 by owner Jeff Groce. Oink N Moo started off in a 12ft trailer and have expanded to a full service mobile kitchen with the ability to serve any cuisine. We have the best smoked meats and homemade sides available if you see us in your neighborhood! In 2020 at the early stages of the Covid pandemic we partnered with a local non profit in the area to feed those most affected by school and business closings in the area for free. We have continued to help those in the community by hosting annual free food giveaways and events for kids! We currently provide daily meals for the seniors in our community and are honored to have partnered with Wake Forest Community Table to help provide meals for all."
We have amazing partners- Special Thanks to:

WF Presbyterian Giving Garden and Northeast Community Garden for providing fresh produce to our program-even in the Winter!

Chef Gwen Sneed who provides home cooked meals each Monday night at Hope House.

Note in the Pocket: This awesome organization has provided dozens of bags of clothing to our neighbors over the past two months. Sixteen of the bags have gone to two refugee families who are living in Wake Forest after fleeing Burma and Afghanistan. We are so grateful for this amazing program!

Tri Area Ministry: Continues to administer the the Wake County Food Hub fresh produce program and shared Bombas' large donation of socks with our program. Everyone was so grateful to have new pairs of Bombas last month.

Our dedicated volunteers who show up every week in all types of weather to meet new people, feed people and love their neighbors!

*All of our generous donors and partners who continue to support the program with time, treasure and talent!

Hope House and Wake Forest Christian Church for each sponsoring one week of meals again this month and sending wonderful volunteers to pack and serve on Monday nights.

Congresswoman Deborah Ross met with community leaders in February to discuss affordable housing, education, food security and economic development. It was an honor to represent WF Community Table at this gathering of leaders.
Please let me know if you have any questions: