We envision a community where everyone has access to good food regardless of economic circumstances, where human connections grow, and all are empowered to speak up and be heard.
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Founded in 2003, The Hunger Coalition has 14 inter-related programs ensuring access to basic nutrition and offering the support and resources necessary to assist participants in the transition out of food insecurity. While we currently reach one in four people in Blaine County, over half of whom are children, the United Way reports that 52% of individuals are food insecure or one crisis away. This is the ALICE population: Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. These are our friends and neighbors, our teachers, first-responders, child care workers and more.
The harsh stigma associated with food assistance means that many wait far too long to reach out to The Hunger Coalition, compounding their troubles and putting them at further risk of health and financial turmoil. Our organization aims to provide stigma-free access to nutritious food for all families and individuals in Blaine County who identify as food insecure.
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