Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger

The mission of the Tampa By Nework to End Hunger is to end hunger by bringing people together to find solutions that eliminate barriers, increase access, and expand the amount of nutritious food available. Our vision is to build a hunger-free communitiy, in which there is access to nutritious food for all. Core valutes include:...

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Harvest Hope Food Bank

The mission of the Harvest Hope Food Bank is to transform lives in the communities we serve by feeding the hungry, addressing food insecurity and building a healthy and hopeful hunger-free tomorrow.

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Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance

Building strong, sustainable partnerships among state and local governmental agencies,local and national businesses, faith communities and other non-profit organizations to help increase access to nutritious food for children and families and to make sure that ending hunger is a central component in their individual and collective initiatives.

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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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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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Treasure Coast Hunger-Free Community Coalition

The Treasure Coast Hunger-Free Community Coalition is a capacity-building collaborative project. We seek to develop and implement strategies to end hunger through policy, education, community organizing, and community development. We will convene federal, state and local government stakeholders with non-governmental organizations, churches, and local providers to develop a plan for an efficient use and delivery...

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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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Alamo Regional Food Security Network

The Alamo Regional Food Security Network serves eleven rural counties that surround San Antonio – Atascosa, Bandera, Comal, Frio, Gillespie, Guadalupe, Karnes, Kendall, Kerr, Medina, and Wilson Counties.  The coalition is young and still growing, but is currently composed of Texas AgriLife Extension Service, San Antonio Food Bank, Alamo Area Council of Governments,  Bandera County...

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Hunger Nutrition Coalition of Bucks County

In July 2001 the League of Women voters convened a Nutrition Task Force to identify the obstacles Bucks County low-income families experience in accessing food and nutritional resources. Beginning with fourteen Bucks County social service agencies, more agencies and individuals joined the effort of working in partnership with regional organizations and other concerned groups to...

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Southwestern Pennsylvania Food Security Partnership

The primary goal of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Food Security Partnership is to significantly reduce hunger in the 12 counties of Southwestern PA by increasing participation in food assistance programs, supporting community led efforts to improve food security and facilitating collaborations between organizations to better serve our neighbors facing hunger. The strategy behind this work involves...

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