“Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Food Systems”

Madelaine Britt of the 26th Class of Emerson National Hunger Fellows presents “Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Food Systems” at the Rayburn House Office Building on Friday, 2/28/2020. Madelaine completed her field work with Feeding America in Chicago, Illinois.

Illinois Hunger Coalition

The Illinois Hunger Coalition (IHC), founded in 1988, is the only statewide membership organization that works to end hunger and … Read more

Practical Nutrition for Homeless Youth

This workshop guide provides guidance for nutrition educators in facilitating nutrition workshops for homeless youth or groups with similar barriers to achieving nutrition goals. It can also be used as a model for creating new workshops with similar structures and … Read more

Food as Medicine: Linking Hunger Relief with Healthcare

Laura’s report outlines four ways in which emergency food programs can help end hunger by partnering with the medical field to provide their clients more services. Additionally, I provide examples of the best work from my field site placement in Chicago and across the country.