A report on the results of a comprehensive assessment of the Community Food Bank partner agency network’s capacity focusing on gaps in efficiency and including a capacity building strategic plan for the upcoming year
Methany Eltigani of the 26th Class of Emerson National Hunger Fellows presents “Building Capacity for Food Pantries” at the Rayburn House Office Building on Friday, 2/28/2020. Methany completed her field work with Community Food Bank of Central Alabama in Birmingham, … Read more
Jarvis Benson of the 26th Class of Emerson National Hunger Fellows presents “Alabama Counts: The Importance of the 2020 Census” at the Rayburn House Office Building on Friday, 2/28/2020. Jarvis completed his field work with Alabama Possible in Birmingham, Alabama.
We feed people in need today and foster collaborative solutions to end hunger tomorrow. We accomplish this mission by supplying … Read more
Alabama Possible is a statewide nonprofit organization that removes barriers to prosperity in Alabama through education, collaboration, and advocacy. Our … Read more
Hunger in Central Alabama: A comprehensive profile of people receiving food assistance is a set of materials used to illustrate the results of the Hunger Study conducted by the Community Food Bank of Central Alabama. These will be shared with … Read more
Paige grew up in Yorktown, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2018 with a B.S. in public health, a certificate in environmental sustainability, a minor in geography, and a concentration in biostatistics and health informatics. Most recently, she worked at Foundation Communities, a nonprofit that … Read more
Jeremy grew up in Charleston, West Virginia, before attending Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri, as a Founder’s Scholar. He earned a BBA in nonprofit business & social enterprise and a BA in intercultural studies. During his time in undergrad, Jeremy served as the director of a student service organization responsible … Read more