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425 3rd St. SW, Suite 1200Washington, DC 20024
Working through churches, campuses, and other organizations, engages groups in advocacy through nationwide letter-writing campaigns and meetings with elected representatives to end hunger.
400 N. Capitol St. NW, Suite G100Washington, DC 20001
Operates Congressional Hunger Fellows Program, which trains and inspires future leaders who work to end hunger and advocate for public policies that address food insecurity. One of the major policy forces in Washington, D.C., from the standpoint of hunger and food assistance policy, especially related to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
11 East 40th StreetKansas City, MO 64111
Episcopal Community Services and our Hunger Relief Network focus on hunger relief for communities in eastern Kansas and western Missouri – community kitchens, food pantries, meals-on-wheels, childhood hunger programs, and senior commodities distribution. We move beyond "soup kitchens" to provide balanced nutritious meals for our guests and neighbors, serving more than one million meals to the hungry in 2009 and 2010. Our food rescue initiative decreases needless waste of food that can safely... read more >>
Hunger, food security, and food access, Policy advocacy, Urban agriculture and food systems, Youth development and food systems
One Constitution Ave. NE, Suite 200Washington, DC 20002-5655
Formerly known as America's Second Harvest, feeds America's hungry through a nationwide network of more than two hundred member food banks in all fifty states and engages in the fight to end hunger. Provides food to more than 37 million low-income people in the United States annually. A leading domestic hunger-relief charity that supports approximately 61,000 local charitable agencies and 70,000 programs, providing food directly to individuals and families in need. Connect to your local food... read more >>
P.O. Box 12311Gainesville, FL 32604
Florida Certified Organic Growers and Consumers, Inc. (FOG) provides sustainable nutritious solutions to the issues facing farmers, families, and everyone in between. FOG’s Education & Outreach projects generate knowledge, share resources, and apply the expertise of FOG that advance organic agriculture and healthy and just food systems. FOG educates about the benefits of organic and sustainable agriculture, presenting at educational opportunities to a wide audience ranging from school... read more >>
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1 Carrot WayAnn Arbor, MI 48105
Food Gatherers exists to alleviate hunger and eliminate its causes in our community by: reducing food waste through the rescue and distribution of perishable and non-perishable food, coordinating with other hunger relief providers, educating the public about hunger, and developing new food resources.
1875 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 540Washington, DC 20009
Works to eradicate hunger and undernutrition in the United States and their root cause, poverty, through public-private partnerships that improve public policies. One of the major policy forces in Washington, D.C., from the standpoint of hunger and food assistance policy, especially related to SNAP. Provides an annual assessment of the percentage of individuals eligible for food stamp benefits who actually receive those benefits.
21800 Greenfield Rd.Oak Park, MI 48237
Relieves hunger in the Detroit metropolitan area by rescuing prepared and perishable surplus and donating it to emergency food providers. Delivers food free of charge to individuals and families in greater Detroit. There are now many similar food rescue organizations throughout the country-Forgotten Harvest is the largest.
3616 S. Galloway St.Philadelphia - Philadelphia County, PA 19148
Mission: Philabundance reduces hunger and food insecurity in the Delaware Valley by providing food access to people in need in partnership with organizations and individuals.
505 Eighth Ave., Suite 2100New York, NY 10018
Connects people to nutritious, affordable food by supporting grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance and community empowerment. Projects include Food Security Learning Center, Grassroots Action Network, Artists Against Hunger and Poverty, Hungerthon, and National Hunger Clearinghouse.
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