Category Archives: NeighborImpact

Gardening for Good: Grow A Row for Neighbors In Need!

In a local survey conducted last year, Central Oregonians who are struggling to keep food on their tables in these tough economic times conveyed that access to healthy fresh produce was their number one concern. According to a nationwide study … Continue reading

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2011 Food Policy Conference in Portland Oregon

The CFSC will be holding the Food Policy from Neighborhood to Nation Conference in Portland Oregon on May 19th, 20th and 21st, 2011.  The Community Food Security Coalition (CFSC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3), North American organization dedicated to building strong, sustainable, … Continue reading

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Central Oregon Afterschool Meal Program Summit

You are invited to join Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon for a day of information sharing and networking to help build strong and sustainable meal programs for Oregon’s kids. Workshops will include presentations from successful program sponsors/partners, resources to take … Continue reading

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Winterfest- We have a winner!!!

The Hunger Prevention Coalition would like to say thank you to Newport Market, The Where to Eat Guide, Every Idea, Kasey Every and our volunteers.  With their help and sponsorship HPC was able to raffle off a wonderful basket worth $500 … Continue reading

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Saving Grace Recieves Support Funding

Meyer Memorial Trust, a private foundation not connected to Fred Meyer, Inc., recently awarded $50,000 to Saving Grace to support its programs and work throughout in Central Oregon. Specifically, this grant is a special opportunity offered as part of the … Continue reading

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