Join your local hunger coalition

2012-Summit-landing-cropped.jpgAll across the United States, Hunger-Free Community (HFC) coalitions are ending hunger one community at a time.

HFC coalitions range in scale, working to achieve food security for all at the town, city, county, and state levels. They include stakeholders from multiple sectors including, government agencies, businesses, faith groups, health providers, educational institutions, civic associations, foundations and non-profit organizations. These coalitions understand the power of collaboration to end hunger in our communities.  

Are you concerned about hunger in your community? Find your local hunger coalition through the Hunger Free Communities Network.

Don't see your community listed? Consider starting your own coalition with these resources.


Together at the Table Hunger Summit, October 24-25, 2013

The Summit, co-sponsored by the USDA Southwest Region and the Texas Hunger Initiative, will provide evidence-based research and best-practice models for coalitions, organizations and individuals working to achieve food security in their communities. Make plans to attend the Summit as people come together to exchange ideas, strengthen partnerships and move closer to our goal of ending hunger.


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