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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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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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 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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Community Food Rescue

Manna Food Center administers the Community Food Rescue network as a key strategy in ending hunger. Most of our members were instrumental in creating a 5 year Food Security Plan in cooperation with local government and in concert with our local Food Council. The network’s motto is to “feed more waste less” and we rely...

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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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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 Alexandria

Hunger Free Alexandria is a cooperative effort on the part of local clergy, congregations, non-profit and community leaders to respond to the issue of hunger in Alexandria, VA. A 2014 report published for the Partnership for a Healthier Alexandria and the Childhood Obesity Action Network highlighted significant gaps in the services available to Alexandrians suffering...

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