Hunger Free Texans, a statewide nonprofit corporation, works to improve systems that relate to food, food access, nutrition, and healthy community topics that relate to diet, by convening, connecting and educating individuals and organizations that serve the public on the latest news, information, best practices and research.
Hunger Free Texan's statewide strategy is a holistic strategy of convening, collaboration and education. Historically, organizations that serve the public (nonprofits, government, healthcare, education, business) have worked in silos. To ensure success in the nonprofit/public sector industry, organizations must educate themselves on what others in their industry are doing (best practices) in order to stay competitive and efficient, but more importantly, to continuously improve their capacity and quality of services for the people they serve. The result of collaboration helps to design a better roadmap for services within a community. Hunger Free Texans uses its 6 regional conference hubs as connectors of information, strategic partnerships and synergy for our network thus building healthy communities and ultimately a healthier Texas.
In addition to providing news and information to our network of over 2000 organizations, Hunger Free Texans also actively advocates for services that serve the public good for Texans both statewide and nationally.
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