Hunger and Homelessness

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  • Fidelity Residential Solutions of Maryland to Host Summer Food Drive
    Annapolis, MD

    Fidelity Residential Solutions will be hosting a food drive at their Maryland branch, from August 15-31. Employees are encouraged to donate non-perishable food items, such as rice, pasta, peanut butter, dried cereal, and canned fruits/vegetables tp help support the effort. Ace Relocation Systems of Washington, D.C./Baltimore, an Atlas Van Lines agent, has generously provided boxes and will… View Article

  • July 2017 Mover of the Month: Gentle Giant Moving Company of New York

    Each month, we highlight one of the moving companies in our network for their extraordinary commitment to fighting hunger in their community. We are excited to announce that Gentle Giant Moving Company of New York is our Mover of the Month for July 2017! Our network is dedicated to reducing food waste and fighting hunger. In addition to rescuing food during… View Article

  • Wave of Donations | Surf Taco Food Drive Crests with Party in Belmar

    Last month, we partnered with one of the Jersey Shore’s favorite local businesses, Surf Taco, to host a summer food drive. During the entire month of July, nine Surf Taco locations in Monmouth and Ocean Counties encouraged diners, employees, and members of the local community to donate non-perishable food items, such as peanut butter, tuna, canned… View Article

  • Hunger In The News: This Week’s Must-Read Articles | August 4, 2017

    A weekly round-up of the stories that caught our eye this week, with an emphasis on hunger, food waste, and poverty in the United States. Hunger among senior citizens in Sun City Center, Florida is becoming a growing issue. (Tampa Bay Times) Thirteen percent of students at community colleges experienced food insecurity in 2015, according to… View Article

  • Urban Farming – Why It’s Trending & How to Get Involved

    Urban farming has become a mainstream trend as more and more people become aware of the possibility of growing fresh fruits and vegetables in cities. Not only is urban farming making food more accessible to communities where fresh food is uncommon in most households, but it’s also giving people the tools to learn how to grow produce… View Article

  • Chicago Apartment Building to Host Summer Food Drive
    Chicago, IL

    Marquee at Block 37, a luxury apartment building in downtown Chicago, will be hosting a food drive from August 14-18 to fight summer hunger in the Windy City. Residents, employees, and other members of the local community are encouraged to bring donations of non-perishable items, like peanut butter, tuna fish, rice, beans, pasta, and cereal,… View Article