FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 16, 2022 MEDIA CONTACT: Kim Johnson, [email protected] Florida Impact to End Hunger Receives Critical Investment from National Anti-Hunger Organization A new wave of investment from MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger will seed and support grassroots anti-hunger infrastructure in Florida Tallahassee, FL — Today, Florida Impact is pleased to announce […]
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In the past couple years, the pandemic has made managing nutrition even more difficult because of limited resources and access to healthy food. Around this time of year, families all over the country gather to celebrate the holidays. One major component of these celebrations is a large feast. Florida Impact wishes to use our platform […]
Florida has not yet opted to participate in the Summer Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer program. Unless administration leadership acts now, Florida is poised to leave $820 million in federal pandemic food assistance from Summer P-EBT for over 2 million hungry children on the table. Summer P-EBT provides federal funding at no cost to states to […]
Hi! My name is Jenna Woodall and I’m one of the two summer interns with Florida Impact to End Hunger. I’m currently a college senior studying Environmental Studies with a minor in sustainability. I’m so excited to spend this summer working with Florida Impact to End Hunger! Being a Miami native, I love the idea […]
Hello! My name is Camila Ludert and I am a VISTA Summer Associate for 2021. I was born in Valencia, Venezuela, and moved to this country when I was ten years old. I currently live in the city of Weston, Florida. I am a fourth-year student at Nova Southeastern University, majoring in Biology and Human […]
Students and teachers at Tallahassee’s Fort Braden Elementary School had the chance to try some fresh produce grown by a local farm located in nearby Coolidge, Georgia a couple weeks ago as part of our Farms to Leon County Schools project. They had a delicious white Russian kale salad with an orange juice based dressing. […]
As we approach a year with this devastating pandemic, Florida Impact to End Hunger is reflecting on the impact that COVID-19 has made on our children and families across our state and country. Food Insecurity is just one of many issues that has hurt families during this very challenging year. Food Insecurity is real and […]
We are exited to introduce (or re-introduce) Kim Johnson to Florida Impact to End Hunger as our new President/CEO! Kim has spent the last 30 years of her life working on the frontlines of underserved communities in central Florida, helping to improve the lives of children and families. Her professional experience includes management, program development, […]
The mission of the USDA Farm to School Grant Program is to support family farms and student health around the country, and Florida Impact to End Hunger is excited to have been awarded one of their 2020 planning grants so that we can bring local produce to students at Fort Braden Elementary School in Tallahassee. […]
This fall was full of new beginnings. As a new intern working with REACH and Florida Impact to End Hunger, I had to hit the ground running the first day on the job! I was excited to start working on the different projects that were already active, like the Miami Gardens Healthy Corner Stores Project […]