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WhyHunger works with a national network of organizations to provide capacity building tools, resources, and services to grassroots and community based organizations addressing local issues of hunger and poverty. Explore programs and services like community mentoring, training and technical assistance, funding opportunities and much more in "Build Capacity."

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'Just Eating?' Practicing Our Faith at the Table

Beyond Bread: Healthy Food Sourcing in Emergency Food Programs

Beyond Bread: Healthy Food Sourcing in Emergency Food Programs

Capacity Building Program: Community Learning Project for Food Justice

Community Food Assessment Toolkits

Community Food Assessment: A Tool to Build Community Voice

Community Food Assessment: Tips for Information Gathering

Cooking Up Community: Nutrition Education in Emergency Food Programs

Equitable Development Toolkit: Access to Healthy Food

Farm to Congregation: A Handbook on Starting a Congregational Farm Stand

Food for Thought and Action: A Food Sovereignty Curriculum

Food Policy Councils: Take Action

Food Security and Economic Justice: A Faith-Based Study Guide on Poverty and Hunger

Funding a Food Policy Council: How to Get Started

Good Food Action Ideas for Individuals and Faith Communities

Harry Chapin Self-Reliance Awards (HCSRA)

Healthy Food Financing Handbook: From Advocacy to Implementation

Market Makeovers: Greening the Food Desert

Model Healthy Food System Resolution

Program Guide: 4 Different Approaches for using the Farm to School Model

Program Guide: Youth and Urban Agriculture

Recruiting Food Policy Council Members

Resource Directory: Training and Technical Assistance Programs

Resource Directory: WhyHunger's Capacity Building Resources and Publications

Resource Guide: How to Design an Emergency Feeding Program

Resource Guide: Linking Food Banking and Community Food Security

Resource Guide: Organize in Your Community around the Food and Farm Bill

Resource Guide: Going Beyond Emergency Food

Resource Guide: National Hunger Hotline Outreach Materials

Sesame Workshop Toolkits for Parents

Should We Conduct a Community Food Assessment in Our City?

Take Action: Family and Small-Scale Fisheries

Take Action: Food Sovereignty

Take Action: Hunger in the U.S.

Take Action: Workers and the Food System

Teacher Guide: Finding Solutions To Hunger, Kids Can Make A Difference

The Eat Good, Feel Good Program Guide to Creating Healthier Corner Stores

The Good Food Toolkit: A Food Sustainability and Justice Evaluation and Planning Guide for Faith Communities

Tools & Tips: Water

Using the Global Strategic Framework for Food Security and Nutrition to Defend the People’s Right to Adequate Food: A Manual for Social Movements and Civil Society Organizations

Ways to Conserve Water

What a Food Policy Council Can Do

WhyHunger Announces the 2012 Harry Chapin Self-Reliance Awards Announced

Doing Food Policy Councils Right: A Guide to Development and Action

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