Codey Johnson, Kimberly Voeller, Drew Brown Jr., and Emoke Anderson (left to right) form the core group that manages and dispenses the Hope House food donations in Wake Forest, NC on July 3, 2020. All four staff members have participated in the program since its inception on March 17.
Franklin Santana delivers a truckload of produce to the drive- through food pantry location associated with Hope House in Wake Forest, NC on July 3, 2020. Every family receives a produce box as well as milk, bread and eggs.
Kimberly Voeller adjusts her mask prior to bagging lunches for the Hope House drive-through food pantry in Wake Forest, NC on July 3, 2020. The food pantry is contact-less in order to minimize the risk of transmission of the Covid-19 virus.
Codey Johnson cools off during a break between cars during the Hope House drive-up lunch and food pantry in Wake Forest, NC on July 3, 2020. The program feeds as many as 175-200 families every week according to NCFS Customer Service Manager Drew Brown.
Emoke Anderson waits for the next car at the Hope House drive-up food pantry in Wake Forest, NC on July 3, 2020. To minimize the possible risk of virus transmission, she will place a collection of food items on a table to her right which can then be retrieved by the driver.
A community member gets an extra gallon of milk during the Hope House drive-up food pantry in Wake Forest, NC on July 3, 2020. The Northern Community Food Security Team (NCFST) is working in conjunction with other community organizations to ensure that members of the Wake Forest community have consistent access to food for their families.
Codey Johnson hands bags of pre-portioned foods to Emoke Anderson to deliver to a line of waiting cars during the Hope House drive-through food pantry in Wake Forest, NC on July 3, 2020. The bags include lunch kits for the community’s schoolchildren.

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