Community Food Peer Network
Most faith communities are passionate about ending hunger in their community. Whether you have an established food pantry or a new community garden, there are simple steps to ensure a relational and outcome-based partnership to end hunger.
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IEI’s Effective Food Partnership Guide: Keep these essential points in mind with your food ministry
Dissecting Hunger Activity: Adapted from the “Hunger 101” curriculum, these simple activities help address how we view hunger Noteworthy: “Hunger Activity Two”
Innovative Ideas for Food Ministries: Check out this list for exciting examples of food partnerships from our partner Resourceful Communities Noteworthy: “Stretching A Dollar: Grocery Store Tours”
Want to Start a Community Garden?: Many faith communities see the exciting possibility of available land and community involvement for a community garden, and this Resourceful Communities guide is a vital resource to begin with.Noteworthy: “Have You Created a Budget?”
RAFI’s Equity at the Table Fellowship: Nominate yourself or a faith leader you know to work with the Rural Advancement Foundation International’s Fellowship program for those working in faith spaces around food access. Noteworthy: Applications are rolling