Jen's Story on Gardening and Abundance

Read H-FLI Fellow Jen Carter's story of her family's heritage in gardening, and how it supplied enough food even in hard times.


Volunteer to Help End Senior Hunger

Interested in giving back to your community and learning more about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in Oregon? The SNAP Outreach team is looking for volunteers to join our Application Assistance Program this Spring/Summer.


Hunger-Free Oregon Day of Action!

Join Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon in calling on the State Legislature to building a hunger-free Oregon on March 28, 2017.


2016 Breakfast Challenge Winners!

Congratulations to the 2016 Breakfast Challenge Winners!


2016 Annual Report

Child Hunger Conference Inspires Action

The 10th Annual Child Hunger Prevention Conference hosted by Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon drew in over 80 partners from across the state working to connect kids and families to nutrition. Here are some highlights from the day! 


Jackie's Story on Parenting and Food

H-FLI Fellow Jackie Leung shares how she fed her daughter during tough times, and why she is motivated to ending hunger in Oregon.


Partnerships for Breakfast

To achieve our anti-hunger work through passionate advocacy and innovative programs we rely on generous funding from a variety of sources. We’re thrilled to announce that Hunger Is recently awarded funding for our 2017 Let’s Do Breakfast Oregon! campaign.


How to not increase hunger in Oregon

We are deeply troubled by the budgets proposed by the Governor and the Ways and Means Co-Chairs—each which would result in a significant reduction in food assistance and other services for Oregon's students, seniors and families. This is unacceptable.


SNAP online pilot will increase food access

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has selected seven retailers in seven states for a pilot program designed to allow Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants to purchase their groceries online. We are thrilled that Oregon will be one of the participating pilot states, because we anticipate this will decrease transportation barriers and increase access to food security.



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