Why social protection holds the key to fighting hunger
5 positive impacts of social protection measures 08 Jul 2015 What happens when money is given directly to people living in dire conditions? Will children be better nourished? Will families be more productive or will they become dependent? Will economies grow stronger? Today, some 70 percent of the world population, most of which live in rural areas, have no access to adequate social protection measures. For…
10 Celebrities Fighting Hunger in America
2012 has been the year of the celebrity engagement and wedding — who didn’t get married this year?
“ What A Relief Podcast ” 101: Fighting Hunger and Malnutrition on World Food Day
In this week’s “What a Relief!” podcast episode, host B.C. Dodge and IRUSA’s Nouf Samarkandi sit down with Mr. Vimlendra Sharan, who is the…
How One Organization is Fighting Hunger in Farm Country
Despite being a hub in America’s farmland, the city of Milwaukee is one of the hardest hit by the hunger crisis. But the Hunger Task Force is working to change that.
How Urban Gleaners Fights Hunger in Portland
The nonprofit delivers food to some 6,000 people each week.
This is how innovation is helping communities fight climate change
The effects of climate change are being felt globally - but farming communities are the areas worst affected.
How One Website Fights Hunger With Gourmet Goodies
The World at Work is powered by GE. This new series highlights the people, projects and startups that are driving innovation and making the world a better place. Name: Love With...
How Two Nonprofits Are Using Data To Fight Hunger In Louisville
Dare to Care and the Greater Louisville Project compare data from GLP’s 2016 concentrated poverty map with the areas where Dare to Care distributes food.
How Breastfeeding Could Help Fight Hunger, Poverty, Other Global Issues
How breastfeeding is linked to clean water and energy conservation -- and can help save lives.
How Kids' Food Basket is fighting hunger in West Michigan
Four facts to know about how Kids' Food Basket relieves hunger as both a symptom and a cause of poverty by partnering with families and local organizations.
Local View: What you can do to fight hunger
Feeding America and its 200 member Food Banks, including the Food Bank of Lincoln, designate September as Hunger Action Month. On behalf of the Food Bank’s board of directors, dedicated
How Does Cornhole and Lift Bridge Brewery Help Fight Hunger? What are You Doing Sunday?
This Sunday @1pm, Gulden's Restaurant and Bar will be hosting its annual Summer Bean Bags Tournament to benefit Merrick's Food Shelf! Date: Sunday, June 24th Location: 2999 Maplewood Drive, Maplewood, MN 55109 Cost: $10/person Details: Each team will consist of two (2) players and is open to all skill levels and is a double-elimination tournament. No team? No problem! We can find you a teammate upon registration. Prizes: Cash and Gift Card Give-A-Ways during the event!
Here’s what hunger looks in your community.
What does hunger really look like in Georgia? Approximately 467,000 households in Georgia were food insecure last year. That’s 700,000 children under the age of 18 in your communities who don…
Why we're fighting more than just hunger...
The Right at Home team offers non-medical caregiving assistance for your senior family members, including companionship, homemaking and transportation services. Their in-home care allows loved ones to enjoy healthy lives in the comfort of a familiar environment. They also provide respite for caregivers because they understand that balancing care for someone else along with the demands of your own life can be stressful and difficult Right…
How one student is fighting the college hunger crisis
Hunger on college campuses is on the rise. One student is trying to provide some relief.
Over 100 Nebraska schools eligible to fight classroom hunger with new tool
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How to help fight childhood hunger? Open a market inside a school.
In Cambridge, this year-old market at the Kennedy-Longfellow School is part of a multi-prong effort to get kids fed.
Oxfam's 10 lessons for working with communities to fight Ebola
Following the news of an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), here’s a summary of lessons learned from Oxfam’s community engagement during the 2014–15 Ebola response in Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Why the LGBTQ+ Community Must Fight for Disability Rights
"As long as trans disabled people like me exist, disability issues are trans issues, and trans issues are disability issues."
How hunger-fighting orgs have used DoorDash to help save 1 million pounds of food from landfills
Project DASH, which uses delivery people to help places like cafeterias and event spaces quickly get their surplus food to nonprofits, is helping fight hunger in a world of food insecurity.