The Alliance to End Hunger engages diverse institutions in building the public and political will to end hunger at home and abroad. As a coalition of over 90 members—corporations, non-profits, faith-based organizations, universities, foundations, international organizations, and individuals—we work to develop innovative partnerships among our members; political commitment among U.S. government leaders; and connections among groups working to end hunger domestically and internationally.
The Alliance to End Hunger’s Hunger Free Communities Network™ initiative supports locally-based, multi-sector coalitions that are committed to ending hunger in their communities. These initiatives are formed around the belief that to end hunger at the local level a broad range of community stakeholders must unite behind a common vision and strategy. Working with diverse local stakeholders, we support their work to better understand hunger in their communities, underserved populations, gaps among programs, and untapped resources.
We invest in this network of coalitions by providing multiple platforms that foster communication between the coalitions, the sharing of best practices and lessons learned. By building bridges between elected leaders and local nonprofits, faith groups, and businesses, the Alliance to End Hunger is developing a foundation of public will to make a lasting impact in the lives of hungry people.