Hunger and Homelessness

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  • Oakwood Worldwide Turns CHPA Conference Into an Opportunity to Spread Kindness

    Oakwood Worldwide hosted a food drive at their booth during CHPA’s Annual Conference from February 27-March 1 at the Hyatt Regency in Huntington Beach, California. This year, Oakwood Worldwide employees decided to hold a food drive at the conference – and went above and beyond collecting a few boxes of canned goods. Oakwood Worldwide brought their own… View Article

  • The MAX Challenge is Hosting a Month Long Food Drive
    Howell, NJ

    The MAX Challenge, a fitness center in Howell, NJ, is hosting a month-long food drive from March 27-April 22. Members of The MAX, as well as local residents who’d like to contribute to the cause, are encouraged to donate nutritious, non-perishable food items, such as peanut butter, tuna, low-sodium canned soups, rice, beans, and canned fruits/vegetables…. View Article

  • California Art Gallery Collects 180 LBS. of Food

    123 Studios, an art gallery located in Madera, CA, held a Thanksgiving food drive from November 4-18 to help provide meals for their neighbors in need. Local residents were encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to the studio in an effort to help feed the more than 20,000 people, including 1 in 4 children, who struggle… View Article

  • Denver Woman Goes Door-to-Door to Fight Hunger

    In a typical food drive, the event organizer designates a set location where the donations can be dropped off. Katie Maul had another idea. More than 93,000 people in Denver County, Colorado face hunger each day. Maul recognized the urgency of the problem and decided to go door-to-door in her community to help hungry families in… View Article

  • Despite Progress, Women Still Face Higher Rates of Food Insecurity

    March is Women’s History Month, a time to reflect on the breakthroughs achieved by and for women in America. While much progress has been made, the fight for equal rights is far from finished. Food insecurity is rooted in social inequality, and women are far more likely to be hungry than men. Most everyone would agree… View Article

  • The Stigmas of Poverty and Food Insecurity

    A common misperception is that people who are poor are simply not hard working hard enough. The terms “lazy” and “unmotivated” are often aimed at folks living at or below the poverty line, with the implication being that their financial status is just something they’ve brought upon themselves. Struggling with poverty and food insecurity is too often… View Article