Sunday, October 3, 2010

Feeding America - Workbook for Feeding America's Hungry

OUR MISSION To help Native American people improve the quality of their lives by providing opportunities for them to bring about positive changes in their communities.
Please Send A Dollar
Or A Donation To
National Relief Charities

13318 Airpark Drive
Elkwood, VA 22718


Please Send A Dollar
Or A Donation To
The Kids In Need Foundation
3077 Kettering Blvd.
Suite 114
OH 45439

phone +1-937-296 1230
The Kids In Need Foundation
* Has distributed more than $300 million in school supplies to low-income schools free of charge
* Serves 1.6 million students and 100,000 teachers annually
* Has awarded $1 million in grants to teachers

Principles have no real force except when one is well-fed.
Mark Twain

Supplemental Food Program
The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) is a federal program that provides a monthly box of nutritious USDA food to low-income seniors, mothers and children.

Child Hunger

Feeding America

Take Action Now!
Below are some of the issues that are critical to the fight against hunger.

The Hunger Action Center is an online community of individuals who are dedicated to making a difference in the fight against hunger in our country.
Together, we advocate on behalf of 35 million hungry Americans by supporting federal, state, and local legislation that addresses the many factors that contribute to food insecurity in our nation.
We're working to educate our elected officials about these issues.

You can help!

One of the most important ways you can get involved in Feeding America is by becoming a hunger advocate.
Advocacy is critical to fighting hunger, and becoming a hunger advocate offers many ways to become active not only in important public policy issues of the day, but also within your community.
Our advocates communicate with their legislators about hunger issues.
They talk to their friends and other social contacts about the need for a solution to hunger.
Many share their personal experiences with hunger with us. They develop their own personal hunger advocacy profiles so that we can work with them on a personal level to achieve the most effective actions and bring about true change.

Participating Member Food Bank Locator

Hunger Task Force

Farm Aid 25 Years

Farm Aid


Do a fundraiser for your School, Church, a favorite 501c charity, or local food pantry.

I Found this Great Fund Raising Program.

Get 2 Cents For Your School Or Charity

For Every Drink Pouch, Cookie, Frito Lay Product, Candy Bar Wrapper, Empty Colgate Oral Care Product Etc. You Send To TerraCycle

TerraCycle Inc.

121 New York Ave. Trenton, NJ 08638
General Phone: 609.393.4252
Fax: 609.393.4259

The Good Samaritan Hunger Relief Tax Incentive Act
Fighting hunger is a team effort. Feeding America’s nationwide network provides food to 25 million people every year, and strong U.S. government programs are also vital to meet the nutritional needs of low-income Americans.
The business sector,including farmers, food manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, and others, also plays an instrumental role in battling hunger.
By donating food and transportation and promoting volunteerism, businesses of all sizes help put food on the tables of families in need. While businesses already make substantial contributions to fight hunger, improved public policies.
Particularly passage of the Good Samaritan Hunger Relief Tax Incentives Act,will promote even greater business participation in this effort.

The Good Samaritan Hunger Relief Tax Incentives Act

S. 1313: Good Samaritan Hunger Relief Tax Incentive Extension Act of 2009

The Learn To Be Fountain
Free Online Tutoring K-8

I got such a great response about my previous two blogs that I was inspired to do some research and find out what can one person do to end hunger. In America and the world. (work still in progress)

Even if a person doesn't have a lot of money, they can still advocate.
Tell a friend with money, and then they can tell a friend, and it works.
Or write to Congress, the President, anyone you think can help.

Contact Elected Officials
Contact Your Government

For all the Ko's Kossacks in Gratitude For All their Advice and Guidence I Wish You All the Best World for taking me in. Thank You! ga

Please Send a Dollar
Or A Donation To
Operation Gratitude

California Army National Guard
17330 Victory Boulevard
Van Nuys, California 91406
ATTN Charlie Othold: 818.437.6201

You got it Kiddo, anything you want
Operation Gratitude
The Wish List

Monetary Donations Are Accepted All Year Long

SEPTEMBER 8th To DECEMBER 5th for the Holiday Drive
APRIL 1st To May 5th for the Patriotic Drive

For Boatsie
I want to help feed America too. I'll keep looking for good resources to help everyone.

*Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)*

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides low-income children with free, nutritious meals during the summer months when school is not in session and when increased numbers of children are at risk of hunger because they cannot access school meal programs. SFSP is the single-largest federal resource available for local sponsors who want to feed children in the summer months.


Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm!
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Food Bank for Monterey County
Mailing Address
815 West Market Street, #5
Salinas, CA 93901
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Telephone: (831) 758-1523
1-800-870-FOOD Toll-Free Food Bank Line
Fax: (831) 758-5925

San Mateo County Distribution Center:
Public Transit
By Light Rail - exit Curtner Station
By Bus - Use #26 Bus

Take Hwy. 101 to Whipple Avenue. Travel West on Whipple to Industrial and turn right. Travel about .5 mile. After the first stop light with the "Welcome to San Carlos" sign, turn left onto Bing Street. The Distribution Center is on the left side of the street at 1051 Bing St.

Food Bank of the Rockies Denver Warehouse

10700 E. 45th Avenue
Denver, CO 80239
877-460-8504 (toll free)
303-371-9259 (fax)

FOOD Program
Lincoln, Nebraska
Free food for
Families in need

Tuesdays, 1-2:00 pm: F Street Community Center, 1225 F Street
Tuesdays, 3-4:00 pm: Matt Talbot Kitchen, 1911 R Street
Tuesdays, 5-6:00 pm: Center for People in Need, 3901 N. 27th Stree
Thursdays, 1-2:00 pm: Malone Community Center, 2032 U Street
Thursdays, 3-4:00 pm: Oak Lake Evangelical Free Church,
3300 North 1st Street

USDA poverty guidelines
Family size * Monthly income
1 $1,531
2 $2,053
3 $2,575
4 $3,097
5 $3,619
6 $4,141
* Add $522 for each additional person

Peace, Justice, Love and Harmony