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Resources & Information

Below you will find information about and links to helpful sites in the local community and on the national level that relate to the fight against childhood hunger. Click the links to learn more about them!

The Community Kitchen

The Community Kitchen Inc. Provides Healthy And Nutritious Hot Meals, Take-Home Food Boxes, Advocacy And Education To Low And Moderate Income Men, Women And Families With Children In The Monadnock Region.

The Keene Public Library

The Keene Public Library hosts a summer feeding program for children as well as countless other free opportunities for children throughout the year.

USDA Summer Food Program

The USDA website is a great resource regarding hunger issues and solutions. The link below brings to right to a page where you can type in your zip code and find summer food service programs near you.

Mapping the Food Landscape in NH

The Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire recently did research on hunger in the state of New Hampshire. Take a look at what they found by clicking the button below!

Feeding Tiny Tummies

Feeding Tiny Tummies, A Non-Profit program to fight against childhood hunger who works with local schools in Cheshire County, NH to provide meals to children on weekends and breaks from school.
Community Volunteers fill bags that are being delivered to schools. Each Volunteer donates 2-4 hours on average each week.

The Elm City Rotary

The Elm City Rotary is in a partnership with M.U.C.H. and a large portion of the funding for our work comes from this organization. One of the major ways that this organization helps us is through the donations that come from Team DeMar/ the Clarence DeMar marathon runners. Learn more about this organization below!

Keene Housing Kids Collaborative

Keene Housing Kids Collaborative (KHKC) is a non-profit organization serving kids that live in housing owned or managed by Keene Housing, including Housing Choice voucher holders. Our mission is building the foundation for successful adulthood. We do this by giving kids access to opportunities and experiences in the community that will help them gain confidence, have fun, learn, get ready for kindergarten, do well in elementary school, and exit high school with the tools that will help them become economically independent adults.

New Hampshire Food Access Map

A central resource for those needing food, and those looking to donate or volunteer in their community.

Food Access in the Monadnock Region 

A Google Doc that is continuously updated with food access sites. 

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