Community Resources

Community Resources

We know it takes more than a meal to solve hunger. That’s why, in addition to distributing food, we’re also working to address the root causes of food insecurity. This requires comprehensive policies and initiatives that empower communities with better access to healthcare, education, housing stability, improved job opportunities, and financial knowledge.


Healthcare plays a critical role as inadequate access to medical services and nutrition education can exacerbate malnutrition and limit individuals' ability to maintain a healthy diet.

Higher Education

Higher education's influence on income and employment prospects can directly impact food access, as lower levels of education may lead to lower-paying jobs and limited resources for purchasing nutritious food.


Inadequate housing conditions often divert funds away from food expenses.


Unstable employment can result in irregular income streams, making it challenging for households to consistently afford food.

Financial Literacy

Insufficient financial literacy can hinder individuals from making informed decisions about budgeting and food choices, perpetuating the cycle of food insecurity.

Community partners provide resources such as health screenings, information on affordable housing, employment opportunities, legal services, workshops, learning sessions, and more. All services are not available at all distributions.

If you would like to help make these programs possible, please contact our

Director of Programs and Innovation at (757) 314-4566.