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Working Towards a Better Tomorrow

Monadnock Understands Childhood Hunger (M.U.C.H.) is a coalition of members who share the vision of access to abundant, healthy food for all of the children of our region.


“Every child, Every meal, Every day” is our mantra and as simple and obvious a message, it is nonetheless a truth against great odds. Supply is not meeting growing demand in regional and national programs and choices are increasingly limited and inherently unhealthy.


Solving Food inequality for children is a far reaching, complex societal issues that touches on the work of many great social support networks. We believe that the best way to eradicate childhood hunger is by partnering together as like-minded organizations and friends. With innovative ideas, shared resources, common education, support of one another, and a steadfast common goal, we will succeed. 


Our membership includes non-profits, schools and universities, farming and faith based organizations, community service organizations, business, community leaders, and concerned citizens who care about the healthy development of our children. It is our view that through this model of Collective Impact we will build a sustainable, holistic, and healthy approach to food security for our children. Each day we dedicate our work towards education, imagination, connection, and creativity. Just as kids need to grow, so does M.U.C.H. as a coalition. In fact, we need you and your passion if you consider this to be one of the greatest and most unjust challenges of our time.

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How to Get Involved:

Volunteer your time at an event

Reinforcing our Commitment

Donate to the cause

Food or Funds

Join the coalition 

Let us know you're interested and we will send you more information

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"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does"

William James

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