Food Security Coalition of Mid Coast Maine

The Food Security Coalition of Mid Coast Maine provides support and networking for food pantries in the Mid Coast area.  Monthly food pantry meetings, technical assistance and training and a clearinghouse for resources assist the 21 local food pantries and soup kitchens to increase their capacity to serve families in need. The Coalition was established...

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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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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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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 Colorado

Hunger Free Colorado is the only statewide anti-hunger advocacy organization in Colorado. Created in 2009, HFC works with a wide range of stakeholders to increase understanding of the impact of hunger on Colorado and streamline the existing federal and local food support systems so every Coloradan has access to adequate, nutritional food.

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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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Texas Hunger Initiative

The Texas Hunger Initiative (THI) 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 aim to make the state food secure by ensuring that every individual living in Texas has access to three healthy meals a day, seven days a...

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Harvesters – The Community Food Network

Harvesters – The Community Food Network is a coalition of over 620 charitable non-profit organizations serving a 26-county area in northeastern Kansas and northwestern Missouri.  Our Mission: Harvesters—The Community Food Network feeds hungry people today and works to end hunger tomorrow.  Our Vision: We envision a time when everyone in our community will have access...

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