Charity Food Programs That Can End Hunger In America is a publication that examines various aspects of anti-hunger efforts by charity programs. The average community in the United States already possesses—and is likely already expending—enough resources to end hunger five times over, but likely is meeting only about one-fifth of the need because of how those resources are being mobilized and employed. This report provides a thorough review of how the charity food system worked, with an emphasis on discovering how people in the charity food distribution network could work more efficiently and effectively.

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Publication Date: 4-Sep
Published By: West Michigan Food Bank (formerly Second Harvest Gleaners Food Bank of West Michigan, Inc)