Supports more than 5,000 community-based programs across the U.S. to address senior isolation and hunger. Generally serves adults 60 years or over. Meals are delivered to those who are home-bound and provided on a sliding fee scale (no cost to full price). Find local programs on the site.
1030 15th St. NW, Suite 1100 W, Washington DC 20005
A national campaign to end child hunger run by the non-profit, Share our Strength. Provides support for school food programs, education, policy and research, and advocacy.
1342 Florida Ave. NW, Washington DC 20009
"First Food Responders" providing meals to people in need after natural disasters and other crises. Other programs: clean cookstoves initiative, culinary training, and social enterprise ventures to empower communities and strengthen economies.