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The Hunger Free Communities Network (HFC Network) is a nation-wide platform for coalitions, campaigns and collaborations committed to ending hunger in their localities to learn from each other and share their knowledge and experience with other hunger free organizers.
As the online home of the HFC Network, this website is intended to be a one stop shop featuring a vibrant blog, lively discussion forums, a map-based directory of Hunger Free Community coalitions, and an expansive resource library. The resource library is an ever expanding repository for anti-hunger advocates, featuring toolkits, case studies, templates, community plans and host of other resources generated by the Alliance to End Hunger, our national partners, and hunger free community coalitions across the country.
The Hunger Free Communities Network is unique in that it provides a nationwide platform and clearinghouse for those active in local anti-hunger work to connect with one another, learn from each other’s best practices, and access resources from across the local and national anti-hunger community.
The HFC Network was formed as a response to the success of the Alliance to End Hunger’s first National Hunger Free Communities Summit, a one day event providing current and aspiring Hunger Free Community organizers – nonprofit, religious, private sector and public sector leaders committed to ending hunger in their community – a forum to hear from experts about innovative models for building community coalitions to end hunger; share lessons learned and successful strategies; and learn about best practices to coordinate hunger relief, leverage available resources and implement multi-year plans.
The Hunger Free Communities Network was made possible by the generosity of these members of the Corporate Hunger Coalition:
Additional Support for the Hunger Free Communities Network was provided by the following Alliance to End Hunger Members: