Florida Impact to End Hunger is dedicated to advancing health equity by ending hunger for all Floridians. We mobilize communities to maximize access to federal, state, and local food and nutrition programs with a focus on Florida’s most vulnerable populations.
Since 1979, Florida Impact to End Hunger has helped community leaders secure more responsive public programs and policies to address hunger. This focus has led to the statewide establishment of the School Breakfast Program when school is in; and the After School Meal (AMP) and Summer Food Service (SFSP) programs, when school is out.
In our first 30 years, Florida Impact leveraged nearly $4 billion in additional public funding to serve an estimated 800,000 low-income Floridians.