Hunger Relief Virtual Meet-Up

The Northwest Tennessee Local Food Network invited hunger relief organizations and community groups to join us virtually on Tuesday, March 19th at 12 noon (central) for a FREE virtual meet-up via zoom. Participants networked and learn from local experts about Hunger relief resources to support local food relief efforts in Northwest Tennessee.

Watch Video HERE or below.

Hunger Relief Resources Shared:

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle TN Project Grow:

  • Project Grow” uses numerous gardens, ADA-accessible raised farming beds and row crop fields to serve as a long-term food source.
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  • To learn more about volunteering with Project Grow and with Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, visit secondharvestmidtn.org, contact Donna Vick at donna.vick@secondharvestmidtn.org or call 731-213-5203.

Unite Us Platform:

  • Unite Us supports community-based organizations in choosing the technology that best meets their needs and the needs of those they serve, without any restrictions.
  • Over a decade ago, Unite Us pioneered the first closed-loop referral platform. Our mission is to facilitate accountable connections to care for anyone in need, empowering government, healthcare, and local community-based organizations to thrive and focus on what they do best. Through cutting-edge technology, we seamlessly bring communities together, predicting, delivering, and facilitating payment for community-based social care. Our platform encompasses more than one million services, boasting the industry’s largest outcome-focused community network.
  • Find your network here
  • For more information contact Kylee Dick, Customer Success Manager: kylee.dick@uniteus.com, (423) 963-3294

Northwest Tennessee Local Food Network:

  • The Northwest Tennessee Local Food Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based out of Martin, TN with a mission to serve as a catalyst for a thriving and equitable local food system that is accessible to ALL. Learn about this year’s #GrowFoodChallenge and how your food pantry can benefit from access to resources and locally grown foods for your clientele.
  • Current Hunger Relief Food Guide
  • 2024-2025 Local Food Guide Magazine – hunger relief listings (please contact Sam to request current listings for your review)
  • Grow Food Challenge
  • Contact us! Samantha Goyret – nwtnfoodguide@gmail.com or call (731) 332-9071 or email Caroline Ideus – caroline.ideus@gmail.com

The Northwest Tennessee Local Food Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, based out of Martin, TN, with a mission to serve as a catalyst for a thriving and equitable local food system that is accessible to ALL.