Bridging the Gap Between Capacity and Coverage: An Analysis of the Emergency Food System in Connecticut provides an up-to-date geographical overview of the Food Bank’s service area and the capacity of its 600 partner programs to serve their communities.
Promoting Client Choice: How Food Pantries Can Most Effectively Alleviate Hunger presents the benefits of increasing client choice in the pantry distribution process. The brochure outlines eight different ways food pantries increase client choice while also eliminating food waste.
JoEllen is a 2007 graduate of Berea College, where she received a degree in sociology with an emphasis in African and African-American studies. After spending summers in Costa Rica and Macedonia working on poverty related initiatives, JoEllen started Hunger and Homelessness Awareness week on her campus. She also served as … Read more
Fatima graduated with Honors and Phi Beta Kappa from Earlham College in 2007 with a degree in economics and peace and global studies. She served as a Bonner Scholar, Student Government member, Bonner Congress Representative, Wilderness Staff Member, and tutor. Fatima also taught a cooking class at a local Boys … Read more