In 2017, we began our journey to tackle this pervasive issue through a comprehensive approach in collaboration with our community partners. Our ongoing work includes:
To help tackle this issue, we’ve been working with statewide organizations making a difference now, including:
They’re committed to ending hunger in Vermont, but we know there’s more we collectively can do.
Our employees have come together to create the Employee Action Team (E.A.T.), working in a grassroots manner to help end childhood hunger. We’ve also formed a Childhood Hunger Steering Committee combining the efforts of our employees and thought leaders from throughout the state who can help us pull together the right resources to make a difference.
Donate to your local food shelf
Glean.Helping local farms share their harvest and spend time outside!
Don’t judge. Stigma is one of the greatest barriers to getting nutritious food to people, both young and old.
Continue to visit this page! As we gain momentum, we’ll update our activity here. You can also leave comments or questions about how we can all help at Giving@nationallife.com.
Click on the cookbook for your complimentary, limited edition copy.
Ending Hunger: A Community Cookbook is a compilation of National Life employee recipes, each of which was matched with a donation to local food banks.