The Hunger Coalition’s 2020 Annual Goals
Provide Food Access to 18% of the Blaine County population or 4,000 people, ensuring everyone has access to the healthy food they deserve.
Work with partners and schools to provide 25 safe, stigma-free access points of healthy food through our Children’s Food Programs.
Ensure 100% of parents who reach out to us have access to vital nutrition for their infants during the first year of their lives through our Infant Formula Program.
Rescue a minimum of 90,000 pounds of food through our Food Rescue Program to maximize community resources and reduce food waste.
Increase access to fresh fruits and vegetables by setting up two Bloom Mobile Markets, selling affordable produce in targeted locations.
Provide at least two weekly opportunities for participants to engage in community building Volunteer Activities creating a space for human connections and an opportunity for voices to be heard.
Build community through food by engaging at least 200 community members at Bloom Community Farm and The Hope Garden for Volunteer for Veggies.
Provide Garden Education to 100 community members to increase knowledge and self-resiliency skills.
Engage at least 200 youth and adults in fundamental Nutrition Education that will improve long-term health through nutritious, affordable eating.
Engage community partners to provide at least one program on site each month improving access to partner resources for adults, infants, pets and children.
Pursue ten advocacy activities to create systemic change.
Begin the strategic expansion of our solution to hunger with the renovation of our new building and 4-acre site; a project informed by focus groups, a feasibility study, and a disciplined approach.
Click here to review where we landed with our goals in 2019.