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🍲 Nourishing Food Insecurity

1 in 6 American children does not know where their next meal is coming from. Access to healthy and nutrient-rich foods is a major factor in this, but so many nonprofits are working towards eliminating the issue of hunger in the United States. Whether it be preparing fresh meals, culinary job training like Kitchens for Good, or eliminating food waste like Food Recovery Network, a little help goes a long way. Join in their efforts to ensure that all communities have access to the food that they need.

Feeding America

Chicago, IL

The Feeding America network of food banks is the nation's largest hunger-relief non-profit working to end hunger.

Food Recovery Network

College Park, MD

Food Recovery Network is a national nonprofit that empowers students and professionals to fight waste and feed people through food recovery.

Chef Ann Foundation

Broomfield, CO

We provide school communities with the tools, training, resources, and funding that enables them to create healthier food and redefine lunchroom environments.

GROW North Texas

Dallas, TX

GROW North Texas connects North Texans to food, farms, and community to create a sustainable, secure regional food system that enriches the land, encourages economic opportunity through food and agriculture, and provides equitable access to healthy, nutritious food for all residents.

Kitchens For Good

San Diego, CA

Kitchens for good works to develop sustainable community kitchens that provide culinary job training for unemployed populations while simultaneously transforming local excess produce into nutritious meals for the community.

Filling In The Blanks Inc

Norwalk, CT

The organization's mission is to fight childhood hunger by providing children in need with meals on the weekends.

#HashtagLunchbag

Los Angeles, CA

#HashtagLunchbag is a global movement that empowers everyday people in their local community to spread love, one lunch bag at a time.

City Harvest

New York, NY

City Harvest is New York City’s largest food rescue organization, helping to feed the nearly 1.2 million New Yorkers struggling to put meals on the table.

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