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  • Hope Street Food Pantry is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library to bring convenient food dist­ributions directly to neighborhood libraries throughout Mecklenburg County. Starting in March, they will be setting up at a different library branch every month. This partnership allows them to reach residents facing food insecurity in neighborhoods where they already feel comfortable and welcome. If you have questions, please call them at 704-584-9073 ext 1 or email Melody HERE.
    • What: Library Monthly Food Distribution
    • When: One day every month from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.
    • Who: Everyone is welcome! No referral, appointment, ID, or paperwork required.
    • How often: Households can receive food from Hope Street once a week at any distribution.
    • New households: Please send a representative to their first event to set up a quick profile.
    • Upcoming Library Stops Dates & Locations:
      • May 21st: Sugar Creek (4045 N Tryon St Suite A, Charlotte, NC 28206)
      • June 24th: ImaginOn (300 E 7th St, Charlotte, NC 28202)
      • July 16th: West Blvd. (2157 West Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28208)
      • August 20th: Steele Creek (13620 Steele Creek Rd, Charlotte, NC 28273)
      • September 17th: University City (301 E W.T. Harris Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28262)
      • October 15th: South Blvd (4429 South Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28209)
    Spread the word! Share this with anyone in Mecklenburg County who could benefit from this program.
  • If you are interested in volunteering at these monthly food distributions, see section under "Hunger & Food" for more details.
  • Read Charlotte | New Program: Read Charlotte has developed a new turnkey reading program called Queen City Readers (QCR). The goal is to help adults with no formal literacy or education background to help children master basic K-1 word reading skills. They are interested in talking with churches who might be interested in exploring how they could integrate this new resource into their outreach work with young children next school year.
  •       If you’re interested in learning more, please contact Munro Richardson via email HERE