Hunger is a problem that has roots in all sorts of complex socioeconomic issues, from inflation and wage stagnation to income inequality, politics, and race. It involves the whole community, so the solution to it has to involve the whole community. We are working on several fronts in this area.
A comprehensive solution to food insecurity requires all hands on deck. Hunger Action Teams (HATs) aim to jumpstart the conversation in order to build each community’s capacity for efficiently and effectively meeting local needs.