The organizations listed here either work with or are supported by Feeding America, or specialize in areas of expertise that we do not (like international hunger relief, for instance).
Although we believe these sites provide additional resources on issues of concern to Feeding America, we do not necessarily endorse content found on any of the web sites listed below.
Bread for the World: Their 46,000 members contact senators and representatives about legislation that affects hungry people in the United States and worldwide. Bread supports policies that address the root causes of hunger and poverty.
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) : A nonpartisan policy institute that conducts research and analysis on a range of government policies and programs, with an emphasis on those affecting low- and moderate-income people.
Congressional Hunger Center (CHC) : Ensures that the issues of domestic and international hunger remain at the forefront of national debate.
Evangelical Lutheran Church of America: ELCA World Hunger is a comprehensive and sustainable program that uses multiple strategies—relief, development, education, and advocacy—to address the root causes of hunger and poverty in the United States and around the world
Food Research and Action Center (FRAC): A leading national organization working to improve public policies to eradicate hunger and undernutrition in the United States. FRAC serves as the hub of an anti-hunger network of thousands of individuals and agencies across the country.
Global Foodbanking Network: An international organization that works collaboratively to reduce world hunger by securing more food and enhancing the ability to efficiently distribute food through food banks and food bank network around the globe.
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger: A national nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing and alleviating hunger among people of all faiths and backgrounds.
Meals on Wheels: Represents those who provide congregate and home-delivered meals services to people in need. Visit their site to locate a program to receive services or look for a place to volunteer. This program receives food from the America's Second Harvest network.
RESULTS: An international citizens' grassroots lobby working to create the political will to end hunger and the worst aspects of poverty. RESULTS identifies sustainable solutions to the problems of hunger and poverty around the world, and works to generate the resources necessary to implement them.
Share Our Strength (SOS) : Mobilizes thousands of individuals in the culinary industry to organize events, host dinners, teach cooking and nutrition classes to low-income families and serve as anti-hunger advocates.
Society of St. Andrew -- Gleaning America's Fields ~ Feeding America's Hungry: A non-denominational Christian ministry that feeds the hungry all year long by saving fresh, nutritious produce that would otherwise go to waste because of market reasons and giving it to the needy. Accomplished through four operating programs: the Potato Project, the Gleaning Network, Harvest of Hope, and the Hunger Relief Advocate Initiative. The Society of St. Andrew adheres to Christian principles of good stewardship. Therefore, more than 95% of all funds raised by the Society of St. Andrew are spent on the direct delivery of food and services to the hungry.
S.T.O.P. Hunger: The Sodexho Foundation supports innovative programs that fight hunger in the United States, with a particular focus on helping children and their families. The Sodexho Foundation contributes to the America's Second Harvest network.
United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) : The United Nations frontline agency in the fight against global hunger, assisting the world's refugees and internally displaced people.
World Hunger Year (WHY) : Attacks the root causes of hunger and poverty by promoting effective and innovative community-based solutions to create self-reliance, economic justice and food security.