Written by: Leah Reed, No Kid Hungry Youth Ambassador, Texas Hunger Initiative – Waco Regional Office My name is Leah Reed, and I’m originally from Hayward, California, about a 25-minute drive from the lovely San Francisco. I’ve found myself in Waco, Texas, for a few years, studying at Baylor University, where I am a junior […]Read more "Do what we can, where we are, with whatever we have."
Written by: Eugenie Schieve, Research Intern, Texas Hunger Initaitive Early Monday morning, June 6, several staff members of the Texas Hunger Initiative and I set out for the three hour drive to Nacogdoches, a mid-sized city in East Texas. It was only my second day on the job, and I was extremely anxious to discover what we […]Read more "A Community Filled with Love and Support"
“I want to be passionate about what I’m doing every day, every moment of the day, whether that’s work or time with family and friends.” The most effective workers are those who find what they’re passionate about, pair that with their talents and work tirelessly to make their organization’s vision become a reality. You would […]Read more "Lifelong Learner and Servant Leader: Meet Grace Norman"
After reflecting on the national scale of the Hunger in America Trip that the Texas Hunger Initiative (THI) takes in May, Field Director Jared Gould, Director of Programs Doug McDurham and No Kid Hungry Campaign Manager Grace Norman decided that they wanted Baylor students to experience and understand hunger and poverty that exists in their […]Read more "Hunger in Texas Trip: 6 Students Served in West Texas Over Spring Break"
Written by: Craig Nash, Child Hunger Outreach Specialist, Texas Hunger Initiative – Waco Regional Office By the time buses arrive at La Vega Elementary School to deliver their precious cargo to teachers and administrators for the day, Melissa McGough and her Child Nutrition Team have been busy for almost two hours preparing to meet the […]Read more "Let’s Make Breakfast the Norm"
At Together at the Table 2015, we highlighted a few of the many individuals working to end hunger in their communities. Learn more about each of these “Hunger Heroes” and their work in our latest blog series, and get ready to be inspired! This week, read about David Miner’s work connecting nonprofits, food banks and […]Read more "Hunger Heroes: Connecting the Dots in Indianapolis"
At Together at the Table 2015, we highlighted a few of the many individuals working to end hunger in their communities. Learn more about each of these “Hunger Heroes” and their work in our latest blog series, and get ready to be inspired! This week, read about Perla Chaparro’s VISTA service at El Pasoans Fighting […]Read more "Hunger Heroes: A VISTA’s Inspiring Work in El Paso"