The Texas Hunger Initiative and the Alliance to End Hunger have been working with communities for more than 10 years, and one thing we’ve learned is that they can do more when they work together.
Organizations and volunteers are doing incredible things for individuals and families across the country, but food insecurity is a complex issue that requires a response that exceeds the capabilities and resources of any one person, organization, agency or sector. When these groups all come together, they create a response that is greater than the sum of their parts and begin to develop scalable solutions that can truly reduce food insecurity.
This toolkit provides a step-by-step guide for building coalitions, plus it gives best practice examples from the field, ideas for implementation, and practical tools. We hope it serves as a jumping off point for your local community’s efforts to find a solution to food insecurity.
As we continue to build collaborative solutions, we will create a larger community of coalitions that is also greater than the sum of its parts—a movement that brings an end to food insecurity in the U.S.

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Publication Date: November 03, 2021
Published By: Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty

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State: Texas