COVID-19 Updates

Ongoing information on Covid-19 testing sites, dates & times can be found at

• To call child's school see list of school phone numbers at
• To get Chromebook Laptop delivered or to arrange pick up, call school # on list above
• Help with internet or using laptop 919-694-8100
• To talk with school social worker or counsellor 919-694-0599

USA Today published an article with a list of free resources for parents with young children at home:

UNC TV Online Learning


Meals, Food Pantries, Food Box Locations:

Wake County Schools Meal Sites & Times:

Meals for Children
Wake County Public Schools, Interfaith Food Shuttle and other community partners are coming together to provide meals to children across Wake County while school are dismissed around COVID-19. Mobile markets are also available to provide shelf stable meals for families.

Food Pantries
Community Food Pantries are open across Wake County to help provide food for families during COVID-19. Please call your nearest pantry before you arrive to confirm their hours and availability,

Emergency Food Boxes
Inter-Faith Food Shuttle and the Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC will be offering Emergency Food Boxes for families at select Meal Distribution Sites. Meal boxes will be available every Friday at rotating site across Wake County. These boxes are available on a first-come, first-served basis from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. Boxes will contain shelf stable food (dry & canned goods). No ID is required to pick up a box!


Unemployment Supports:
• If you are experiencing unemployment due to the coronavirus, please follow the link here for more information:

• If you are experiencing wage disruptions or layoffs in the restaurant industry, assistance may be available through the Triangle Restaurant Workers Relief Fund.

 Employment Assistance Resources:
Full employment services are being offered at NCWorks Career Center online at

Housing or Hotel assistance for Wake County residents:
Call 984-344-9589

Economic Services Benefits:
A guide for applying for economic services can be found at

Wake County Community Resources Listings
Includes Emergency Child Care and Meals for Kids


Encouragement and Resources for Dads in your Vital Role:
Daytime and evening virtual sessions are available for dads through Day 2 Day Dads. Call 919-834-9300, ext 210 for information. This great program is here to assist in the many kinds of challenges dads face. 

Mental Wellness Resources:
Hope4NC Helpline - 888-857-3463
24 hour stress & crisis support by phone

Hope4Healers Helpline - 919-226-2002
24 hour stress & crisis support for caregivers & health care workers

Strategies for Coping with Stress Relief & Isolation during Stay at Home

CDC has provided online mental health tips for dealing with anxiety and stress during this time. Find that information here:

Restaurant Delivery:
Here is a list from abc11 with restaurants in Raleigh offering delivery/takeout options:

Food Safety Recommendations and Tips:

Resources Available to Wake County Families
During Covid-19 Crisis

Resources Available to
Wake County Families
During Covid-19 Crisis

We look forward to resuming Clubs In The City Programs onsite soon!

Leadership Track

Discipleship Track

Saturday Clubs

For ages 12-15
Saturday Clubs clutivate gifts, talents, character, life skills and spiritual foundations in this outreach to Middle School youth.

For ages 12-19
The LIFE Club meets two Saturdays a month to explore what it means to walk with Christ.

For ages 14-19
A character building program that nourishes Biblically-based traits of leadership. High school youth are equipped to serve as role models to their peers and assist in the Saturday Clubs.

Saturdays 11:00-2:45 pm

The Three-Track Teen Program

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Mentoring pairs volunteers with youth to provide opportunities, nurture faith and foster success.


Clubs are a place of energy and fun!

Clubs are a refuge from the heat of the storm!

A place for relationships to grow and lives to be changed!

A place of challenge and reward!

Saturday Clubs are a skill and talent development program combined with whole life mentoring, that is designed to assist youth in making healthy choices and preparing for awesome futures!

Clubs provide a fun, safe, positive place for youth to hang out on Saturdays.

Clubs cater to the needs of youth in low-resourced communities. Bi-monthly Club Rallies feature gospel hip-hop artists, dance, games and more!

Call 919-602-2475 or email for more information.

Saturday Clubs

Ages 12-15
Saturdays 11:00- 2:45 PM

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I pray also that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which He has called you, the riches of His glorious inheritance in the saints and His power to those who believe.

Ephesians 1:18

Jesus said: "The thief comes only to steal, kill and destroy, but I have come that they might have life, and have it more abundantly!"

John 10:10

The LIFE CLUB assists youth to fully place their trust in Christ, and to learn what it means to have a relationship with the Heavenly Father and to walk with Christ, according to Biblical truth.  The theme of our LIFE CLUB comes from the words of Jesus in John 10:10.

Two Saturdays a month at Clubs In The City.
We get in the Word! 11:00-1:30

Discipleship Track

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The TEEN LEADER TRAINING PROGRAM equips high school teens to make healthy choices, succeed in the midst of obstacles, and serve as role models to their peers.

Each youth has a dedicated leadership coach.

Skill and talent development and service outreach are components of the program. 

Leadership Track

Ages 14-19
Dates to be announced in July 2020

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