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These non-profit organizations promote equal access to healthy, high-quality food for people in all communities.
Austin, TX: Sustainable Food Center (SustainableFoodCenter.org)

Boston: The Food Project (TheFoodProject.org)

Chicago: Angelic Organics Learning Center (LearnGrowConnect.org)

Detroit: Fair Food Network (FairFoodNetwork.org)

East Palo Alto, CA: Collective Roots (CollectiveRoots.org)

Hartford, CT: Hartford Food System (HartfordFood.org)

Holyoke, MA: Nuestras Raices (Nuestras-Raices.org)

Milwaukee, WI: Growing Power (GrowingPower.org)

Nashville: Food Security Partners of Middle Tennessee (FoodSecurityPartners.org)

New Orleans: New Orleans Food and Farm Network (Noffn.org)

New York City: Just Food (JustFood.org)

Oakland, CA: People’s Grocery (PeoplesGrocery.com)

Olympia, WA: GRuB (Garden-Raised Bounty) (GoodGrub.org)

Rochester, NY: Rochester Roots (RochesterRoots.org)

Seattle: P-Patch (Seattle.gov/Neighborhoods/ppatch/)

Toronto, Quebec: Food Share (FoodShare.net)

WHY Hunger has a searchable database of organizations (http://www.WhyHunger.org/resources/grassroots-resources-directory.html)
 
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