Crecimiento Estratégico

Nuestros objetivos estratégicos nos mantienen motivados, honestos y muy conscientes de nuestro impacto. Dirigido por nuestros valores, El Hunger Coalition trabajará para cumplir nuestra visión de manera responsable a través del siguiente credo y por último, mejorará el bienestar de más familias que nunca. IMPACTO Visión: El Hunger Coalition

Strategic Growth

Our strategic goals keep us driven, honest, and acutely aware of our impact. Led by our values, The Hunger Coalition will work to fulfill our vision responsibly through the credo below and ultimately improve the well-being of more families than ever. IMPACT Vision: The Hunger Coalition envisions a community where

The Vision

You can shape our vision. Help us make Bloom Community Food Center something that people from from all walks of life will use to more deeply address the causes and effects of hunger. Our vision currently includes a community kitchen and dining area, next gen food pantry, heated greenhouses, and expanded farm

The Latest News

Thanks to all of the local storytellers who have helped get the word out about this exciting next chapter. Read through the following articles to see the progress of our story or visit our social media pages for updates of the process. Hunger Coalition proceeds with $6 million development

Donor Honor Roll

Radical change is only possible with the support of our community. Thank you to the following donors who are investing in a stronger foundation and a more food secure future for local families. We are tremendously proud of our Board of Director’s collective commitment at the $1,000,000 level. $1,500,000+

From the Field: June

Lynea Petty, food production manager, shares Bloom Community Farm progress and how to prepare for the summer ahead. Hopefully you are enjoying a few fresh veggies from your gardens; we are! Arugula, mixed lettuce, baby turnips, radishes, baby bok choy, and green onions should all be complimenting your still

From the Field: May

Lynea Petty, food production manager, shares some tips and tricks for gardening in the mountains in May. Well it sure got hot fast! We are about two weeks ahead on our planting schedule. We still need to watch for frost, but it sure has been satisfying to harvest first

From the Field: April

Lynea Petty, food production manager, and our farm team have been hard at work to ensure The Hunger Coalition will still be able to provide harvest fresh food to local families this summer despite the COVID-19 outbreak. She shares her wisdom below to help us all cultivate a healthy harvest this year. From

Social Distancing Measures

DISTANCE MAKES THE HEART GROW FONDER If we are to see this crisis through and keep providing food for vulnerable families in Blaine County, everyone needs to do their part in staying safe, healthy, and eliminating risk for our neighbors. The Hunger Coalition is committed to taking every measure possible