Hunger in Florida: Five-Year Partnership Improves Food Security linked quantitative data with qualitative “highlights” (actions or projects undertaken by each state agency in order to improve eligible participation) in order to demonstrate how crucial the unique public-private collaboration of the … Read more
The Oregon Faith Roundtable Against Hunger Manual is a detailed toolkit that provides information to newly-established roundtables about how to conduct outreach, facilitate meetings, and train advocates on the root causes of hunger.
The Face of Hunger in Alaska is a compilation of interviews with Alaskans who have faced or are still facing hunger. It serves as an awareness-building tool, and includes a resource guide and fact sheet to assist those in need … Read more
Quick! Delicious! Healthy Recipes on a Budget! is a recipe booklet with nutritious, inexpensive, and easy to prepare dishes that promotes the benefits of buying locally grown produce and provides information applying for food stamps and accessing free health and … Read more
Small Talks for Big Change: Conversations around Getting and Growing Good Food is a compilation of community discussions. It includes community members’ perceptions, words, and ideas about local food and food security. The report, and the relationship-building involved in its … Read more
Community Food Assessment Map Project is a map of community food assessment results using GIS technology. The maps have been distributed throughout Kentucky, and are used both as strategic tools for community members as they implement change, and as public … Read more
Connecting People to Power: How to Establish a Citizen’s Advocacy Group at a Food Bank guides service providers through the process of bringing together food pantry clients to participate in sustained advocacy. The guide provides helpful examples, models, and references … Read more
Closing New Mexico’s Rural Food Gap examined the scope and dynamics of access to fresh fruits and vegetables in northern New Mexico and solicited recommendations for community action.
Hometown Hunger contains three Washington State community needs assessments that highlight some of the challenges facing low-income populations and service providers in those areas. The reports include data analysis of community demographics and food and nutrition programs, findings from interviews … Read more
The Financial and Community Education Comprehensive Program Manual details information about the Financial and Community Education department of CEP and all of the financial education programs that the department oversees. Information about the community partners, the history of the collaboration, … Read more
A Community Food Assessment of Washington, D.C. details research findings and provides action-oriented recommendations for program enhancements, community organizing, and policy advocacy. Noteworthy within the assessment are up-to-date maps of grocery stores and farmers’ markets in the District and information … Read more
Making Stone Soup: Community-Driven Efforts to End Hunger in Utah is an educational booklet that highlights community food security models, specifically local wellness policies and assessments, as complements to emergency food and federal food nutrition programs. This compilation of pictures, … Read more