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Start a Reverse Advent Calendar!

Collect one item each day to donate to Eagles Wings.

We know the calendar extends to December Christmas Eve, but this year, please drop these off no later than December 21st, 9AM – 1PM


Eagles Wings  has received a grant from the Martha & William Murray Foundation, Bank of America, NA, Co-Trustee.

They have been a faithful supporter of Eagle’s Wings for several years and we applaud their loyal support!

Outdoor distribution during


While COVID has changed our food distribution model, Wagle’s Wings has not missed a single pantry day due to the virus.  Our interview process has been abbreviated to ensure minimal contact between persons; all must wear masks; and our dedicated volunteers assist clients with food already packaged into carts and placed in cars.

The Eagle’s Wings Food Pantry wishes to thanks so many generous local businesses that have supported the non-profit organization’s mission “to fight hunger in Beaufort County.” Recently, Eagle’s Wings received a $1,000 contribution from local radio station 98.3 FM The Bridge as the result of the station’s “Three Days of Hope Pledge Drive.”

This contribution will allow Eagle’s Wings to purchase 2.5 tons of food for Beaufort County residents who are “food insecure.”

Pictured is Station General Manager Johnny Jones (R) presenting the check to Ann-Marie Montague, Eagle’s Wings C.E.O and to Henry Capogna, Board President.

More information about Eagle’s Wings Food Pantry Is available at or at 252-975-1138.

Get Involved

For over 30 years, Eagle’s Wing Food Pantry has helped to alleviate hunger in Beaufort County, NC. We are the largest food pantry in the county and provide free nutritional assistance to more than 500 families each month.

+ Years of Service

families served each month


All profits towards hunger relief

How You Can Help

Hunger Relief

Whether it is a canned food drive at your business, church, or community organization your donations go directly to feeding the hungry in Beaufort County.


We’ve a number of ways you can volunteer and serve. If you would like more information about volunteer opportunities.
Download Volunteer Application


Eagles Wings accepts monetary donations through our website and we gladly accept all major credit cards as well as PayPal, and no matter how you donate, Thank You!


Eagles Wings partners with local business and community organizations  all of whom advocate for the  elimination of hunger in our County. Please join us.

Our Mission



  • Alleviated hunger for thousands of families across all portions of Beaufort County
  • WIKids program to help supplement the nutritional needs of infants, toddlers, and expectant mothers
  • Client’s Choice Pantry
  • Access to fresh produce and meats
  • Nutritional & Cooking classes for clients

145,000 Meals a Year Makes an Impact

If you are in need of assistance you can contact us here to register and or receive more information. 

President – Henry Capogna,  St. Peter’s Episcopal Church

President – Henry Capogna, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church

Vice-President – Rich Richman

Vice-President – Rich Richman

Secretary – Gerda Rhodes, Terra Ceia Christian Reformed Church

Secretary – Gerda Rhodes, Terra Ceia Christian Reformed Church

Treasurer - Dan McDaniel

Treasurer - Dan McDaniel

Jerry Snapp

Jerry Snapp

Tim Aland

Tim Aland

Dannie Ham

Dannie Ham

Susan Zachary

Susan Zachary

Greg Hombirg

Greg Hombirg

Brad Smith

Brad Smith

Steven Wood

Steven Wood

Mia Williams

Mia Williams

Our Staff

Left to Right

Kathleen Couch

Client Relations Services Director

Tyler Richman

Warehouse Manager

Ann-Marie Montague

Executive Director

Make A Real Change In Someone’s Life


Eagle’s Wings began in the fall of 1989 following a series of community meetings designed to investigate the need for food assistance in Beaufort County. Three conclusions were reached:

1. Significant need existed due to the large percentage of the community living at or below poverty level.

2. Immediate steps should be taken to alleviate hunger for this population.

3. A cooperative faith-based ministry would be more effective than individual, isolated efforts.

Eagle’s Wings began assisting the population of Beaufort County on December 14, 1989, through the facilities of Trinity Episcopal Church in Chocowinity, NC, with funding provided by Southern Baptist Convention Hunger Funds through First Baptist Church of Chocowinity. Several moves ensued, and the facility is now located at 932 West Third Street in Washington, NC, which we purchased in December 2007.

In 2011, we converted our facility to a “Client’s Choice” warehouse where clients are able to select their own food items, assuring their dignity and reduced operational waste.

During the fall of 2017, we expanded our operations to include a satellite location south of the Pamlico River in an impoverished, landlocked community whose nearest grocery store is 30 minutes away.

Our working Board of Directors, volunteers and staff continue to look for opportunities to expand our services. We are fervent in our efforts to alleviate hunger for our neighbors in Beaufort County.

Projects and Programs

Eagle’s Wings has several programs besides our Tuesday pantry:


Homebound Program provides delivered groceries to about 80 clients who are medically not able to come to us for their food assistance.

South Satellite

Eagle’s Wings South Satellite serves over 160 families in the Aurora-Edward-Blounts Creek area with a mobile unit on Thursdays in three different location.


WIKids Pantry provides diapers and formulas for clients with children ages from birth to 4 years old.

Eaglets Backpack

Eaglets Backpack Program provides week-end meals to over 145 students who have been identified as living in food insecure households; this program is for the academic year only.


Our Clients’ Choice Pantry on Tuesdays has been suspended due to COVID-19; however, we hope to let our Tuesday clients resume shopping in the pantry in the near future.

mobile food pantry

Eagle’s Wings oversees a mobile food pantry held on the 3rd Saturday of each month at two locations: Snowden School in Aurora and Haw Branch Church in Chocowinity.  This pantry is made possible through a grant from Vidant and the work of the Food Bank of the Albemarle.

Thank You to Our Partners & Sponsors

Rod Cantrell

Partner with Us

If you would like to partner with us, fill out the form below and one of our staff members will get back to you. Thank You.

Eagle's Wings

932 West 3rd Street – PO Box 426
Washington, NC 27889
(252) 975-1138


Eagle’s Wings Washington Location:
Tuesday: 9 AM – 11:30 AM & 2 PM – 4:30 PM
(closed on 5th Tuesdays)

1st Saturday of each month: 9 AM – 11 AM



Monday thru Friday 9 AM – 12 Noon or by appointment.  

Eagles Wings Satellite Locations

Our hours are 10-12 but clients must arrive prior to 11:30 to be served. New clients are required to have a photo ID and must be residents of Beaufort County.

First Thursday of each month:
Powell Park
17501 Hwy. 33E
Edward, NC

Second Thursday each month:
Mallard Creek Apartments
245 S 5th St.
Aurora, NC

Fourth Thursday each month:
New Growth Unlimited Ministries
1020 Peedtown Rd.
Aurora, NC