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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Feeding America Southwest Virginia’s Hunger-Free Northwest Coalition

The mission of the Hunger-Free Northwest coalition is to build and cultivate a healthy food infrastructure that will provide food security and equity through creative neighborhood collaborations. Currently, we are focusing on the senior population of the community. We are working on obtaining funding for 100 seniors to participate in Walmart’s Fresh Food Delivery program....

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Community Food Advocates

Community Food Advocates spearheads the Lunch 4 Learning campaign. It was formed to fight for NYC to adopt universal free school lunch. In 2017 we were successful and got Free School Lunch For All adopted for all NYC public schools. The coalition continues strong and is focused on effective implementation and our high impact policy...

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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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Beyond Hunger

Beyond Hunger (formerly Oak Park River Forest Pantry) is working to create a hunger-free community in our core communities.

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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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Childhood Food Solutions of Cincinnati

Problem definition: Hunger most often occurs on late-month non-school days. Solution: Put food into the hands of elementary-age children to take home right before the (about) 96 late-month, non-school days per year – these children become our couriers into neighborhoods with little food, few cars and limited job skills. Success Indicators: (1) Double-digit improvement in...

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Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger

Founded in 1996, the Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger strives to build a community where all people have the food they need to lead healthy lives. The Coalition connects people with food assistance programs and nutrition education; provides resources to a network of food pantries; and educates the public and policymakers about responsible solutions that...

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Alabama Childhood Food Solutions

There is a citywide awareness and cooperative effort to feed children. ACFS currently feeds approximately 200 school children, and is working to expand.  ACFS currently works out of the Sylacauga Alliance for Family Enhancement, and operates in two counties: Talladega and Coosa.

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