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National FFA Hunger Resources

Hunger Outbreak Response Journal

This interactive resource provides a step by step overview on how to effectively plan a hunger service project. It also provides service project ideas to help get you started.

Today’s Challenges; Today’s Leaders (Hunger Lessons)

Five hunger related lesson plans from National FFA.

Sponsor Resources

Elanco

Learn about Elanco’s ENOUGH Movement and how to join.

Tyson

Find out more about Tyson’s KNOW Hunger campaign and get involved in relief efforts.

CF Industries

Check out their corporate sustainability report to see how they are helping to improve food security.

Tractor Supply Company

“Explore Tractor Supply Company’s “Know How Central” page for tools and vital information to help get you started with a project.

Land O’ Lakes

Learn about Land O’ Lakes Feeding Our Communities initiative

Additional Resources

Feeding America

Information and resources on food insecurity and a nationwide network of member food banks.

Alliance to End Hunger

The Alliance to End Hunger engages diverse institutions to build the public and political will to end hunger at home and abroad.

Lead2Feed

A service–learning program that helps nurture a new generation of leaders while working to end world hunger.

Revolution Hunger

A youth–focused campaign that harnesses the power of teens to make a lifelong commitment to solve the problems of hunger and malnutrition around the world.

United Nations World Food Program

WFP is the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide.

USDA Food Security Data

Source of information and statistics about agriculture, including food security data.

USDA Know Your Farmer Know Your Food

Tools and resources to support local and regional food systems.

USDA The People’s Garden

A database of resources for community and school gardening.

The World Food Prize and Global Youth Institute

The foremost international award recognizing the achievements of individuals who have advanced human development by improving the quality, quantity or availability of food in the world. The Global Youth Institute engages secondary students in stimulating discussions around the country regarding pressing food security and agricultural issues. Includes opportunities for internships.

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