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Our Services

Service Hours:
Mon – Thurs: 9am - 3pm

Please contact us for services as all services require an appointment or follow up contact by service volunteers.

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Address:
1600 Olive Chapel Road
Suite 408
Apex, NC 27502

Phone: 919-362-0657

Please call 919-362-0657 for assistance before coming to our facility.

Food Pantry

Food Pantry Services by appointment only for Curbside Pickup and In-Person shopping. Please call 919-362-0657.

Groceries include: produce, meats, dairy, deli, bread & pastry and shelf-stable foods.

Limited personal preferences, based on availability, may be selected when making your appointment.

New requests for home delivery may be available based on need and volunteer capacity.

Resource & Financial Assistance

Resource & Financial Assistance will be handled remotely. Call 919-362-0657 to make a request. Please leave:

  • Your name
  • Call back phone number
  • Short message about your need.

Please speak slowly and clearly. If you have not heard from us in 2 business days, please call again.

Calls will be returned Monday – Thursday between 9am – 12pm.

ALL SERVICES available for residents of Apex, New Hill, Friendship and Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina and Willow Springs.

Food Pantry

If your financial circumstances are making it difficult to place food on the table, we are here to help. We offer you the opportunity to shop free of charge for the items that meet your family’s unique nutritional needs.

Home Delivery

If you are unable to access our food pantry due to advanced age, a medical condition or disability, and you don't have a family member, friend, or neighbor who could access the pantry on your behalf, our home delivery service might help.

Resource Assistance

A financial crisis does not discriminate. It can strike anyone and at the most unexpected time. We are ready to help you with unforeseen economic emergencies. If you need financial assistance, our financial volunteers are ready to assist.

Resources

We have a database of area services and provide referrals based on client need. We also help visitors navigate the system of available resources in our area. Budget counseling, repair, affordable housing and resources for seniors are among the services that we can help with.

Citizen of the Year Award
Honoring our Volunteers

Partner Agency with the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. WWCM distributed 150,646 pounds of food in 2021-2022

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