Our Approach

We don’t just ask why. We find solutions to hunger that transform and last. Our answer is to build power with grassroots initiatives that nourish people and enrich communities.

Enrich Communities

Invest in sustainable, grassroots solutions and training programs that help community members grow their own food, elevate their voice and share their knowledge with others.

Nourish People

Connect people to nutritious and affordable food through the most comprehensive database of emergency food access organizations in the U.S.

Build Power

Support communities working to transform our food system by building social justice and striking at the root causes of hunger and poverty.

News & Upcoming Events

Highlights

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BLOGS

Agroecology Learning Exchange in Hawai’i

Intro
In 2017, WhyHunger brought together Anne Frederick of Hawaii Action Progressive Alliance (HAPA) and Magha Garcia of Boricua Organization for Ecological Agriculture of Puerto Rico (Boricua) for an interview and conversation about the similar struggles their island communities face in land acquisition by agrichemical companies to test GMO crops

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Hard Rock International Collaborates With WhyHunger On New Bruce Springsteen Signature Series: Edition 36 Merchandise Collection

Limited-Time Merchandise to Benefit WhyHunger
HOLLYWOOD, Fla., Oct. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Hard Rock International is partnering with WhyHunger to release the brand’s latest limited-edition merchandise line on Oct. 2. The Bruce Springsteen Signature Series: Edition 36 collection supports WhyHunger’s work to invest in grassroots solutions to hunger and poverty worldwide. The collaboration further reinforces Hard Rock’s

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“Our History” A Background to the U.S. Food Sovereignty Alliance

This piece originally appeared on the U.S. Food Sovereignty Alliance’s website.
The U.S. Food Sovereignty Alliance (USFSA) has released a new publication based on participatory research conducted by Grassroots International intern Alison Kaika, with editing support from Sara Mersha (Grassroots International), Saulo Araujo (WhyHunger), and Stephen Bartlett (Sustainable Agriculture of Louisville). The

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