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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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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VA 365 Project To End Childhood Hunger

The Commonwealth of Virginia seeks to demonstrate that childhood hunger among school-aged children can be eliminated by ensuring that children have access to healthy meals where they live, learn, and play 365 days a year. Student achievement and behavior improves when students are well nourished and ready to learn. The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE)...

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Hunger Free Oklahoma

Hunger Free Oklahoma (HFO) exists to end hunger in Oklahoma. HFO holds the core belief that hunger is solvable, unnecessary and unjust, and it impacts everyone living in Oklahoma. HFO works to bring a unified, statewide voice to the issue and solutions surrounding hunger, with a goal to ensure all Oklahomans have access to affordable,...

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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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Feeding Texas

Feeding Texas, formerly known as the Texas Food Bank Network (TFBN) is a statewide, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our mission is to lead a unified effort for a hunger-free Texas. We move millions of hungry Texans toward food security through a statewide network of food banks; strengthen the collective response to hunger through collaboration and scaling...

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