The Hall Hunger Initiative Community Food Partners
Our community food partners include non-profits, corporations, and national, state, and local government entities.
We are all dedicated to the work of meeting the hunger needs of the Miami Valley. Our non-profits are always in need for volunteers.
The food industry warrants all skills year-round to meet the vast needs of our community. Whether it is simply collecting, packing, and sorting in a warehouse and distributing at a mobile spot, conveniently located for you, or getting your hands in the dirt, maybe you would enjoy contributing by planting, weeding, harvesting, and/or gleaning. Yet, let us not forget the food space also includes data entry, cooking demos, and nutrition education. There is always a need for such expertise. Always remember, skills can be taught to loving hearts and willing hands.
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, you can directly contact one of our partners listed below or utilize our great partnership with the United Way of Greater Dayton and contact the Volunteer Coordinator, Nick Eddy to assist.
The mission of The Foodbank is to relieve hunger in the community through a network of partner agencies by acquiring and distributing food.
Our goal is to make the Dayton region thrive in the areas of education, income, and health that will advance the common good for all in our community.
An Audubon Center for environmental education and sustainable agriculture, providing activities that increase understanding and preservation of the planet with children and adult education, research, and recreation.
9101 Frederick Pike, Dayton
We are a food pantry in dedicated to eradicating hunger in our area. More than food, we share encouragement, warmth, and community. During food distribution, East Dayton Christian Church pastors are available to provide counseling and community resource referrals.
3415 Linden Ave, Dayton
An alliance of environmental organizations, government and civic organizations, and public and private educational institutions. which share the common goal of protecting, restoring, preserving, and promoting the environmental and agricultural resources of the Great Miami River and Little Miami River Watersheds – an 18 county region in southwest Ohio.
38 E. Monument Ave, Dayton
We provide many forms of ongoing support to groups who want to start a community garden. We offer 50 local vendors opportunities to showcase their produce at 2nd Street Market. We have lots of trails and woodlands to care for and programming to participate in for folks interested.
The Wesley Community Center transitions families towards self-sufficiency by meeting the spiritual and basic needs of families of all ages offering assistance in education, workforce development, and health and wellness.
3730 Delphos Ave, Dayton
It is our intention that they receive not only food for their physical hunger, but generous portions of kindness and grace to feed their spiritual and emotional hungers. You are welcome to visit our Mobile Food Pantry locations.
622 Springfield St, Dayton
We are incredibly thankful for the collaboration of all of those participating in the effort to bring food security and equity to the Dayton and Miami Valley. Local partnerships at the city county level really make our work possible from a policy and implementation level. In addition, we have been incredibly greatful for the funding being offered to help bring programming and fresh local foods to our hungry neighbors.
Not quite local enough to volunteer, but our national partnerships for research, food planning success, and of course our hard working AmeriCorps VISTAs.
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