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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Everybody Eats, in Evanston

Building off an existing collective impact model, Evanston Cradle to Career, I am leading a planning task force around food security for Evanston. We hope to build our work off the Hunger Free Community Collective Impact toolkit. In partnership with Northwestern University’s Masters program in Data Science, Informatics and Analytics, we will prototype ways to...

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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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Easton Hunger Coalition

The Easton Hunger Coalition was formed as a grass roots community response to persistent food insecurity in our small city and its surrounding area, which is part of the broader Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. We have engaged in many activities, including supporting existing emergency food system, creating and encouraging nutrition education programs, food recovery and gleaning,...

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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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Hunger Free Northbrook

Hunger Free Northbrook is a community-based coalition of about 30 members who represent local businesses, religious groups, civic organizations, schools and healthcare. The coalition will initially focus on improving the food security of our seniors and our children. Four near-term solutions are being pursued: 1) Bring Seniors to Food – provide seniors nutritional guidance and...

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Hunger Impact Partners

Drawing on the legacy of Hunger-Free Minnesota, Hunger Impact Partners was formed in 2015 as a non-profit with a laser-sharp focus on ending child food insecurity in Minnesota. We are a backbone organization that concentrates on high-impact, data-based child nutrition strategies for school breakfast, after-school meals, infant and toddler nutrition programs, and summer feeding. Our...

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NourishKC

“There are many kinds of people working on hunger around Kansas City and beyond – non-profits, schools, families, churches, etc. – but we don’t always know what others are doing or work together to work more efficiently and support each other. One of our network BackSnack programs came to us because they wanted to do...

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Hall Hunger Initiative

The Dayton-Montgomery County Food and Hunger Coalition (DMCFHC) is made up of various stakeholders in the community who have a vested interest in food access and food security who have come together to collaborate and identify projects that can enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of multiple agencies and those they serve. Utilizing the collective impact...

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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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