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The PORCH Equation: Simple Idea + Neighborhood Networks = 350 Families Fed

Nearly all of the 350 families receiving food from PORCH are referred by social workers, says PORCH co-founder Debbie Horwitz.

“It is the essence of genius to make use of the simplest ideas.” 768 more words


On Top of the World: Eating in Iqaluit


I’d like to interrupt this Food Blog Hiatus to bring you news from the North!

I’m back! 1,263 more words

Tastiest Travels

Seeds of Change and Connection to Community: A Seed Library in Hamilton

BY J’Accuse Davis

After an archaeological dig on First Nations land in Wisconsin, ancient squash seeds sealed in a pot were grown into a variety of squash that is an estimated 800 years old. 992 more words


There is a Solution to Food Insecurity

BY Violeta Puente-Duran, MScA in Human Nutrition

Food insecurity occurs within a household when food quantity and variety are reduced due to financial limitations. In Hamilton, food insecurity affects more than one in nine households. 989 more words


Can $25 Change the World?

For about the cost of a fast-food meal, you can directly impact a child that is in need of love, compassion and hope found in Christ! 30 more words

Volunteers needed this summer!

Looking for something meaningful and fun to do this summer? Maybe something you could do with your children or grandchildren – or with your church group, co-workers, or family and friends? 318 more words

Food Insecurity & Children

Sean Ross shares food, brings hope to Mid-Missouri

Central Pantry in Columbia, Missouri doesn’t look like a typical food pantry. The food isn’t rationed out or held in a church basement. Instead, it looks a lot like grocery store with aisles and shopping carts, a produce section, and even walk-in freezers for meat and frozen food. 1,585 more words