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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Des Moines Area Religious Council

The Des Moines Area Religious Council operates the largest food pantry network in Iowa, serving 30,000 people annually. In 2009, DMARC launched Mapping an End to Hunger in Greater Des Moines to begin a systemic analysis of the problems that impact accessibility to nutritionally adequate and affordable food in Polk County, Iowa, with the goal...

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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 Free San Diego

Spearheaded by the San Diego Hunger Coalition, Hunger Free San Diego is a collaboration of agencies leading the fight against hunger in our region. Our goal is to end hunger in San Diego County by the year 2030 through an interwoven safety net of food assistance resources.  Currently, in its initial research phase, Hunger Free...

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Partners for Wichita

The Partners for Wichita coalition is led  by St. Paul’s Lutheran Church bringing together congregations and food assistance providers in the community to address hunger and other economic needs of the poor in the Wichita community.   The coalition meets monthly and has initiated a “Filling the Gap” effort this Summer, providing ready to eat meals...

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Community Food Council for Del Norte and Adjacent Tribal Lands

We began our work in response to a community planning process that identified food and hunger issues as critical to our community and to meet Hunger Free Communities grant requirements. We recently adopted the following mission statement: The Community Food Council for Del Norte and Adjacent Tribal Lands will build a vibrant, sustainable local food...

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