WRAL has compiled a resource for those who are curious about helping the community during coronavirus.
One option is to have food trucks deliver food to families. Bridge the Gap Mission and Carolina Cares have partnered with local chefs, food trucks and restaurants to provide food for those in need, according to WRAL.
Other groups are asking for donations of nonperishable items. Inter-Faith Food Shuttle and the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina are helping people stock their pantries during the outbreak.
United Way is helping non-profits provide food, hygiene, child care and housing assistance for Triangle residents, according to WRAL.
Many local restaurants, though closed for in-person dining, are still offering takeout and delivery options. With fewer clients coming through the doors, many are relying on takeout orders and gift card purchases to stay afloat.
Read the full list of recommendations, which is updated regularly, from WRAL here.