MontCo Anti-Hunger Network (MAHN)

Our Story: In late 2013, the Pottstown Cluster Outreach Center got a call from a large grocery store that wanted to donate over 1000 gallons of milk. Pottstown Cluster took what they could store and then reached out to other organizations to see if they could take the remaining donation. Coordinating with other pantries on such...

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Hunger Free Iowa Initiative

The Hunger Free Iowa Initiative is a model of the Outreach Program that has been designed by AmeriCorps VISTA members. The first step is to convene a community or county wide hunger dialogue of major stakeholders from all sectors. From that dialogue, a hunger-free leadership team is formed, based on the Collective Impact model. Then...

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The Livingston Food Resource Center

The goal is to bring together organizations that serve people in need and who suffer from food insecurity in an effort to define and address the root causes of hunger in our area. Through the newly completed Livingston Food Resource Center we are providing emergency food service, culinary training programs, processing for local foods, SNAP...

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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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NH Hunger Solutions

NH Hunger Solutions, spearheaded by the Children’s Alliance of New Hampshire, is a statewide initiative working to improve children’s nutrition and end childhood hunger in New Hampshire. A diverse coalition of business and community leaders is developing a roadmap consisting of short and long term strategies to share with government and human services agencies, policymakers,...

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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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Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee and 200 Member Agencies work together to form the Hunger Free Community Network in Northeast Tennessee to provide food assistance to individuals who are food insecure in the eight county region of Northeast Tennessee.

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Indy Hunger Network

The Indy Hunger Network is a guiding coalition of representatives of all major food providers and leading anti-hunger organizations, both public and private in Indianapolis including the Interfaith Hunger Initiative, Gleaners Food Bank, Second Helpings (Food Rescue), Central Indiana Council on Aging, the Marion County Health Department, The Indiana Department of Education), Indiana Family & Social...

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