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A Hunger-free North Dakota starts with you

Our Vision

A hunger-free North Dakota

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Finding Food Help in a time of COVID-19

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread form person to person. The North Dakota Department of Health has information about symptoms, what to do if you feel sick, and more. Prevent disease spread:

  • Stay at home
  • Wear a face covering
  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
  • Stay home when you are sick
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces

Food Pantries and Soup Kitchens listed by North Dakota county

Great Plains Food Bank has SNAP outreach coordinators to help with you with your SNAP application. Find information online or phone 1-855-405-0000

Apply online for SNAP (food stamps), health insurance, financial assistance, child care assistance

Where to find support services for senior adults, your elder parents, relatives, & friends
Aging and Disability Link
To find meals, select "Find a Service" then seach for "meals"

ND WIC Clinics are open, and you don't have to visit a WIC office to apply for benefits or complete your WIC appointment.
How to apply for WIC

Find meals for children when school is out with this USDA interactive map, or call 1-866-3-HUNGRY (1-866-348-6479)
Meals4Kids map

 

We're here to work together

The Creating a Hunger Free North Dakota Coalition is a statewide network of organizations, agencies, businesses and individuals working toward the vision of a hunger-free North Dakota.

We are daring to ask the question, “Can we eliminate hunger in our state? Few other states are closer to this goal than North Dakota.

Coalition members include the state's food bank and its network of food and meal providers; faith-based organizations; groups that advocate for the interests of seniors and children; groups that address the needs of people with low and moderate incomes; health and nutrition groups; agriculture organizations and state agencies - health, human services, agriculture and education.

Facts

Goals

Structure and Sustainability

To establish and maintain a coalition of a statewide network of organizations, groups and individuals dedicated to collectively identifying and addressing the unmet food and hunger needs (systemic and policy) of the people of North Dakota.

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Advocacy

To identify and advocate for the policy and systems changes that are necessary to meet the immediate hunger needs and address the underlying causes of hunger.

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Education and Outreach

To provide and promote education and outreach opportunities that enhance the understanding and awareness of hunger issues and the capacity to address them.

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Information Data and Research

To identify and compile data and information from reputable sources and make that material available to networks, advocates, policymakers and other interested parties.

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