Livingston County Hunger Council

The Livingston Hunger Council is a collaborative body made up of a cross-section of the community dedicated to ending hunger in Livingston County, Michigan. The Council is made up of government agencies, non-profits, local businesses and private citizens who have committed to making our community a place where everyone has access to the nutritious food...

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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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Interreligious Food Consortium

The mission of the Interreligious Food Consortium is to support those who are in need of emergency assistance through a network of 70 food pantries in Onondaga County. Currently seventy food pantries and meal programs are part of a network that serves more than 200,000 meals per month. Our agency can; Connect those who are...

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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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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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Oregon Food Bank Network

The Oregon Food Bank (OFB) Network of Regional Food Banks is a community of practice consisting of 20 regional food banks (16 independent nonprofits and 4 branches of OFB) that serve all of Oregon and Clark County, Washington. Our mission is to work as a network of Regional Food Banks to eliminate hunger and its...

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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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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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Anti-Hunger Task Force of Long Island

The Anti-Hunger Task Force of Long Island coordinates anti-hunger activities by health and human service organizations and others across Long Island. Convened by the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, the AHTF of LI monitors systemic problems in the delivery of nutritional services and addresses the growing food insecurity issues of many Long Island...

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