End Hunger Durham works to reduce hunger in Durham by supporting food relief agencies and those in need of food with reliable information, collaborative programs, and advocacy aimed at ending hunger and malnutrition.

End Hunger Durham is a sponsored program of Durham Congregations in Action (DCIA), and all donations are processed through DCIA.

Explore Rhonda Klevansky’s multi-site photography exhibit: Reaching Out to Durham’s Hungry. The exhibit features portraits of some of the people who engage in grassroots efforts to alleviate food insecurity in Durham. May 21-July 16


Photos can be viewed at the following sites:

  • Durham Arts Council
  • 21c Museum Hotel
  • Bull McCabe’s Irish Pub
  • Durham Central Park
  • Museum of Durham History

View the site map

Our COVID-19 Response:  With the COVID-19 pandemic, we have provided services that directly bring food and critical health information to our city’s vulnerable older adults.

Visit our COVID page to see our Sustainable Food Access Plan for Seniors.

On our Food Resources page you will find the Durham Food Pantry Directory and Calendar, an interactive map of food resources around the county, downloadable listings, and more.

At the heart of our policy work is the understanding that food is a human right. However, it is also a commodity sold for profit, often putting healthy food out of reach for millions of low-income Americans. Visit our Food Policy page to learn how EHD works to reconcile these realities.