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A Helping Hand
North Brunswick Magazine
The Pantry prepares grab bags filled with a week’s worth of toiletries and clothes for boys and girls of every age that social workers can now take with them when having to do the difficult job of removing a child from their home and placing them into foster care.
Locals fill backpacks for foster children
Starnews August 2018
Ban the Bags, Fill the Packs" filled over 100 backpacks for infants through to teenagers with school supplies, books, toiletries, toys and a handwritten note of inspiration and encouragement
WECT COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT: Non-profit provides brand new clothes for foster children
Over 12,000 children are in foster care in North Carolina right now because of abuse, neglect or dependency. Many of those children come into foster care with only the clothes on their backs. That’s where the Foster Pantry, a non-profit organization in Wilmington, steps in.