End Hunger Durham is a network of organizations and individuals working to promote food security in Durham.
End Hunger Durham seeks to improve access to healthy food for all Durham County residents by
- facilitating communication and collaboration among hunger fighting groups and individuals, with attention to the perspective of the patrons of their services.
- making available reliable data and information that enhances the capabilities of hunger fighting organizations to best fulfill their missions.
- advocating for just food policies that will address long-term solutions to hunger.
In the summer of 2015, various hunger fighting organizations, led by Transition Durham, teamed up to present four End Hunger Action Forums attended by food activists, advocates, program participants, and concerned citizens. We have held monthly programs since then under the name End Hunger Durham. As of January 2016 we joined the Durham Farm Food Network Action Circle on Food Justice/Food Security.
End Hunger Durham Roundups
Join our monthly gatherings for networking, information, and action.
721 Foster St. (Ag / Co-op Extension Bldg.)* 6:15 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month.
All meetings start at 6:15 p.m. with refreshments.
- Data, IT, & Mapping
- Food pantries
- Community Voice
Stay informed through our bi-weekly E-newsletter.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (919) 381-5969 to subscribe.
End Hunger Durham is affiliated with Transition Durham and its fiscal sponsor is Durham Congregations In Action.