Hunger Free Texans Coalition

Our focus is increasing healthy affordable food access and community nutrition in Texas.  We are an education focused organization.  We do not serve the public directly rather serve the professionals within those agencies with educational support activities.  We do this by: Convening our network partners across the state through our 6 regional meetings held in...

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Preble Street Maine Hunger Initiative

The mission of Preble Street is to provide accessible barrier-free services to empower people experiencing problems with homelessness, housing, hunger, and poverty, and to advocate for solutions to these problems.

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Twin Cities Hunger Initiative

The Twin Cities Hunger Initiative (TCHI), formed by greater Twin Cities United Way in 2006, is a group of fifteen leaders that work together to solve the hunger problem in the Twin Cities region. Members of the TCHI represent each of the important components that make up the hunger relief system including food banks, food...

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Great Falls Community Food Bank

The Great Falls Community Food Bank services emergency assistance providers in Cascade County. Our mission is to lead and engage our community in the fight against hunger.

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WHEAT

The mission of WHEAT, as an Arizona-based nonprofit anti-hunger organization, is to educate, advocate, motivate and empower individuals to action in the fight against hunger. WHEAT works in collaboration with faith communities, faith based organizations, social service and government agencies and educational institutions to provide the tools of awareness, training and opportunities for service focused...

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Centro del Obrera Fronterizo

USDA Hunger-Free Communities Implementation Grantee The Chamizal neighborhood, also known as South Central El Paso, is one of the poorest urban areas in the nation. La Mujer Obrera will leverage its community-operated Mexican marketplace, Mercado Mayapán, to increase access to fresh, affordable foods; administer a culturally relevant nutrition education campaign for food service workers and...

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Hunger Free King County

USDA Hunger-Free Communities Implementation Grantee The United Way of King County project will focus on 4 of 12 initiatives described in the Hunger Relief Now! Plan, thereby reducing hunger among low-income children, senior citizens, immigrants, and refugees. These four initiatives are: 1. Expand Bridge to Basics – an innovative program that trains multilingual volunteers and...

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Illinois Hunger Coalition

The Illinois Hunger Coalition (IHC) seeks to alleviate and end hunger and the underlying causes through community organizing, advocating for progressive public policies,and public education. IHC operates Illinois’ Hunger Hotline (1-800-359-2163), where people from around the state call for SNAP application assistance, case management, and food pantry referrals.  Additionally, IHC works with the Illinois Department...

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San Francisco Food Security Task Force

The San Francisco Food Security Task Force was established in 2005 by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and charged with the responsibility of creating a city-wide plan for addressing food security.  The group tracks vital data regarding hunger and food security in San Francisco, including the utilization and demand for: federal food programs, community...

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Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon

The Oregon Hunger Task Force (OHTF) was formed by the State Legislature in 1989 to respond to the issue of hunger in Oregon. Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon (PHFO) is a nonprofit organization created in 2006 to actively compliment the work of the Task Force. Together they advocate on behalf of Oregonians who are hungry...

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