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NC Cooperative Extension


N.C. Cooperative Extension transforms science into everyday solutions for North Carolinians through programs and partnerships focused on agriculture and food, health and nutrition, and 4-H youth development.

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Growing High Point

Urban Agriculture and Housing Organization

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Growdega High Point

Growing High Point's mobile grocery store; helping fight nutritional problems related to food deserts.

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Greater High Point Food Alliance

Helping the community alleviate food insecurity and creating more sustainable access to healthy food.

The Greater High Point Food Alliance provides a free High Point Food Finder app for both iphones and androids. Click here for the High Point Food Finder —the app provides key information for those looking for food-related assistance in the Greater High Point area for students, adults and seniors. 

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Second Harvest Food Bank

Resources to help those experiencing food insecurity.

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Ingleside Compost Facility

Drop off yard debris or purchase mulch, soil, etc. 

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Helping kids establish healthy eating habits and fight childhood obesity.

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High Point Public Library

Check the High Point public library for information and community events.

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Soviero's Tri-County Garden Center

Mulch, seeds, houseplants and more


The Arc of High Point

The Arc of High Point is committed to securing for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they learn, live, work, and play.

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Grant resources from the High Point Community

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Food Pantries

The Greater High Point Food Alliance works within our community to gather information and make connections for local resources within our community.  This link will take you to a listing of various resources and food pantries that serve the greater High Point community. Although we work to collect this  information as a resource throughout the year,  please know that the schedules for these  pantries can change at any time.  Local food pantries establish their own guidelines as to the population area and frequency they will serve.  Each pantry has their own requirements.  We are thankful for these pantries that serve our community so well.

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