Fybe Serves Food Bank of the Albemarle on Volunteer Day

Elizabeth City, N.C.Fybe, a broadband service provider and a subsidiary of Roanoke Cooperative, proudly served the residents of Pasquotank County during its most recent We Care Day on Wednesday, March 13, 2024.

During this outreach event, a team of staff volunteers packed over 1,100 boxes of groceries for the Food Bank of the Albemarle. In addition to the physical support, Fybe also donated $2,000 to the organization.

“We think it’s essential to be part of the neighborhoods we serve,” said Bo Coughlin, COO. “Our We Care Days are just one way for us to get involved and really connect with our service areas.”

The Food Bank of the Albemarle provides food and resources through a network of over 100 hunger relief partners and 155 unique programs. Each year, the food bank provides more than 7 million meals through this network.

“We sincerely appreciate Fybe’s efforts to help feed our neighbors,” said Liz Reasoner, Executive Director of the Food Bank of the Albemarle. “This generous donation will help provide over 1,200 meals across northeastern NC for our families, seniors, children and veterans.”

Fybe has committed to hosting We Care Days at least once a quarter in the communities it serves. For more information, visit www.gofybe.com.

About Fybe
Fybe, an initiative spearheaded by Roanoke Connect Holdings, LLC, a subsidiary of Roanoke Cooperative, is building its broadband network to provide high-speed internet to counties in North Carolina. Fybe offers residential and business customers broadband internet, voice services, and smart grid energy efficiency capabilities. Living a fully connected and enhanced quality of life is Fybe’s commitment to the communities they serve.

About Food Bank of the Albemarle
The Mission of the Food Bank is to fight hunger and poverty in our 15-county service area in northeast North Carolina. We are a regional clearinghouse for the collection and distribution of food and grocery items to over 100 non-profit and faith-based organizations for 155 food programs, and to individuals needing assistance. For more information call (252) 335-4035 or visit www.afoodbank.org.