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Good Shepherd Center holds weekly grocery giveaways

Volunteers put together bags of baked goods, vegetables, fruits, and frozen meats each week, handing them out every Wednesday from 12 to 1 pm.

Good Shepherd is holding weekly free grocery giveaways

Good Shepherd Center in Wilmington is giving away free bags of groceries and toiletries every Wednesday.

Council to vote on mixed-use affordable housing complex at old WAVE Transit site

The push for affordable housing in Wilmington has been a work in progress for years, but more could be on its way.

Good Shepherd Center offering help with Eviction Prevention Project

The coronavirus pandemic has led to financial insecurity for people across the Cape Fear. Job losses, furloughs, and business closures mean that many families are suffering from lower or no income at all. A new program is here to help with that burden.

City, county leaders partner with businesses to protect homeless during COVID-19

The City of Wilmington is partnering with a number of organizations to help the at-risk population during COVID-19 pandemic.

Homeless shelters make accommodations for guests

Here in the Cape Fear, homeless shelters are either full or has had to limit new guests because of coronavirus concerns, so they have gotten creative.

Homeless shelter will use office space before turning people away

Many people will be indoors where it's warm during these frigid temperatures, but there are many who don't have any place to go.

NC senator calls for governor to sue NYC over homeless relocation

A North Carolina state senator is calling for a lawsuit against New York City for sending their homeless to our state without our knowledge.

Good Shepherd puts out white flag due to cold weather

As temperatures continue to drop, Good Shepherd Ministries is asking anyone in need to come stay at their shelter.

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