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Ohio Farm Feeds the Hungry, Prevents Food Waste

Burwinkel Farms donates food to the Holy Family Church Food Pantry in Price Hill, an agency part of the Freestore FoodBank network fighting hunger in the Cincinnati area.

Following the example of Burwinkel Farms means wasting no food, and doing what you can to support hunger relief. Read More »

Interview: Shanon Chaput, Mason Food Pantry Volunteer

The Mason Food Pantry in Ohio has seen increased demand for food assistance in recent years. (courtesy Mason Food Pantry)

A volunteer shares her story about getting involved in fighting hunger locally. Read More »

Send Congress a Message with National Food Drive

On Saturday May 11 you can leave non-perishable canned goods by your mailbox to be picked up and taken to local food banks. Read More »

Book Review: Henry and the Hidden Veggie Garden by Kimberly Williams-Paisley and Gurney Williams III

Henry and the Hidden Veggie Garden is a great children's story touching upon the issue of child hunger in America. Read More »

College Class to Help Feed the Hungry

The students are going to help fight global hunger by playing FreeRice and walking Charity Miles as part of their course. Read More »

Together We Can End Hunger

The answer to these societal problems can be found right here in your own backyard. Read More »

Hunger Critical Issue for State of the Union

In his State of the Union address, President Obama will need to build bipartisan support for ending the the menace of hunger. Read More »

Running Charity Miles to Fight Hunger and Cancer

On Thanksgiving I ran to raise money for three charities: Stand up 2 Cancer, Feeding Americ, and the World Food Programme. Read More »

College Students Collect Donations for Hurricane Sandy Victims

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Mount St. Joseph held a campus-wide campaign to collect supplies for Matthew 25: Ministries. Read More »

Take Lead in Fighting Hunger at Home and Abroad

There is enough food to feed all the hungry. It’s not a question of resources as much as leadership. Read More »