Carolina Hunger Initiative at the UNC Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

Based at the UNC CENTER FOR HEALTH PROMOTION AND DISEASE PREVENTION (UNC HPDP), the Carolina Hunger Initiative partners with school systems, state agencies, community organizations, local businesses, and more to expand access to healthy meals year-round for North Carolinians. We use programming, applied research, and compelling communications to support policy, systems, and environmental changes to...

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Des Moines Area Religious Council (DMARC) Food Pantry Network

The Des Moines Area Religious Council is an interfaith organization with a mission of working together to meet basic human needs for the greater Des Moines community. In 2021, DMARC commemorated the 45th anniversary of its Food Pantry Network. The Food Pantry Network consists of 14 partner pantry sites, multiple mobile food pantry locations, two...

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Children’s Hunger Alliance

Founded in 1970, Children’s Hunger Alliance is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to ending childhood hunger in Ohio. We partner with organizations throughout Ohio to provide nutritious meals to at-risk children who need them most. We help day care providers, day care centers, local school districts and afterschool and summer programs provide balanced, healthy meals...

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Houston Food System Collaborative

Vision: Greater opportunities for and access to our regional food system Mission: To facilitate the growth of a sustainable regional food system Focus Areas: Food Access + Food Enterprise Development Strategy: We connect our membership to Advocate, Educate, and Act.

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FEED HOCO

We pivoted post-pandemic to help the food insecure population in Howard County. We mobilized the resources to mitigate the negative impact of COVID-19 pandemic on vulnerable residents in the region, leveraging capital, and connections to distribute healthy, nourishing food. We responded by serving and supporting under-resourced areas and communities. We continue to make meaningful connections...

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Smith County Food Security Council

In 2018, St. Paul Children’s Foundation brought together leaders from across our community to form the Smith County Food Security Council. Our coalition represents non-profits, healthcare organizations, schools, churches, public health, farmers, and businesses working together to end hunger in our community.. Our mission is “Working together to end hunger and improve health in Smith...

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End Child Hunger in Alabama

End Child Hunger in Alabama (ECHA) is a public movement addressing the critical issues of hunger and food insecurity facing Alabama’s children and youth. In 2013, ECHA was launched as an effort to move Alabama into the top 25 percent nationally in child food security. Since its beginning as the first outreach initiative of the...

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Mississippi Center for Justice

The Mississippi Center for Justice, Together for Hope, and other partners are working to organize a sustainable coalition of Mississippians working together to end hunger and build a food secure, healthy, and equitable future in the Magnolia State. We envision a statewide multi-sectoral network of state, regional, and local organizations and community members working together...

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Ottawa Food

Ottawa Food is a collaboration of over 45 local agencies and individuals that exists to ensure all Ottawa County residents have access to healthy, local, and affordable food choices. Ottawa Food consists of members from a variety of backgrounds; including local public health, food pantries, human service organizations, food security advocates, farmers, community members, and...

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Arizona Food Bank Network

Established in 1984, the Arizona Food Bank Network (AzFBN) formerly the Association of Arizona Food Banks (AAFB), is a private, non-profit organization serving five regional food bank members and a network of nearly 1,200 food pantries and agencies. AzFBN is one of the first state associations in the nation and an inaugural partner state association...

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