Hunger Free Vermont

Hunger Free Vermont is a statewide organization committed to ending the injustice of hunger and malnutrition for all Vermonters. We work to ensure that Vermonters have access to high-quality federal nutrition programs like SNAP during times of need, and that children and older Vermonters have access to strong meal programs at school and in their...

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Montgomery County Food Council

The County’s Food Security Plan, launched in April 2017, and co-created by the Montgomery County Food Council, aims to bring together all of the key community partners in Montgomery County – from small food pantries and non-profits to business leaders, farmers, food retailers, education systems and large scale emergency food assistance providers – to work...

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Hunger Free North Dakota

Hunger Free North Dakota is the vision of the Great Plains Food Bank focused on long-term solutions to hunger through research, advocacy, education and community based solutions. For 30+ years the Food Bank has focused on leveraging food that would have otherwise gone to waste and getting it into the hands of those who need...

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MontCo Anti-Hunger Network (MAHN)

Our Story: In late 2013, the Pottstown Cluster Outreach Center got a call from a large grocery store that wanted to donate over 1000 gallons of milk. Pottstown Cluster took what they could store and then reached out to other organizations to see if they could take the remaining donation. Coordinating with other pantries on such...

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Livingston County Hunger Council

The Livingston Hunger Council is a collaborative body made up of a cross-section of the community dedicated to ending hunger in Livingston County, Michigan. The Council is made up of government agencies, non-profits, local businesses and private citizens who have committed to making our community a place where everyone has access to the nutritious food...

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NH Hunger Solutions

NH Hunger Solutions, spearheaded by the Children’s Alliance of New Hampshire, is a statewide initiative working to improve children’s nutrition and end childhood hunger in New Hampshire. A diverse coalition of business and community leaders is developing a roadmap consisting of short and long term strategies to share with government and human services agencies, policymakers,...

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Illinois Commission to End Hunger

The Commission to End Hunger was created by legislation in 2010 to guarantee collaboration among government entities and community partners in order to ensure that no man, woman, or child in Illinois should ever be faced with hunger. The Commission was appointed by Governor Quinn in March of 2011 and released its first plan in...

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Northwest Ohio Hunger Free

Our coalition is multifaceted and has two main initiatives to achieve our hunger free goals – hunger free programming and food policy. We work with a local food bank that supplies over 170 pantries and kitchens in our region. Although our programs include the above list of programs including food drives, gardens/gleaning, backpack programs, and...

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Anti-Hunger Task Force of Long Island

The Anti-Hunger Task Force of Long Island coordinates anti-hunger activities by health and human service organizations and others across Long Island. Convened by the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, the AHTF of LI monitors systemic problems in the delivery of nutritional services and addresses the growing food insecurity issues of many Long Island...

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Centro del Obrera Fronterizo

USDA Hunger-Free Communities Implementation Grantee The Chamizal neighborhood, also known as South Central El Paso, is one of the poorest urban areas in the nation. La Mujer Obrera will leverage its community-operated Mexican marketplace, Mercado Mayap√°n, to increase access to fresh, affordable foods; administer a culturally relevant nutrition education campaign for food service workers and...

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