Led by CEO Ellie Lucas, Hunger Impact Partners is a nonprofit that enables grassroots organizations, schools, child care centers, and youth programs to address child hunger in Minnesota. We support local programs tailored to individual communities focused on low-income neighborhoods across Minnesota.
We welcome donations to support our work, which also includes giving grants to increase meal access for children in low-income households.
Two Ways to Donate
1. Go to our page on GiveMN.org
2. Give through PayPal to directly support Hunger Impact Partners’ work to end child hunger in Minnesota.
Hunger Free KIDS Fund
Individuals and organizations contributing to the Hunger Free KIDS Fund help to ensure that healthy food reaches kids where they live, learn and play.
This effort offers an excellent way to motivate employee giving and inspire company-wide campaigns. Through the Fund, corporations, retailers, merchants, and cultural organizations can support meals for at-risk kids in their communities.
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Questions? E-mail email@example.com for details on the Hunger Free KIDS Fund.
Need help to feed more children? We support local programs tailored to individual communities focused on low-income neighborhoods across Minnesota.
There are opportunities to partner with us through grants in these four areas:
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION STATEMENT
Hunger Impact Partners does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. We are committed to working with people that reflect our communities and actively engage and hire people with diverse backgrounds who understand cultures and local communities.
We embrace diversity, equity and inclusion as organizational values to encourage positive outcomes to flourish in communities. We apply racial equity by partnering with organizations that reflect the populations we serve who are most impacted by structural racial inequality. We recognize that those most affected are the most effective in advocating for their communities. These organizations are meaningfully involved in the creation and implementation of our programs, policies and practices.