The EAT Foundation builds on the work of the EAT Initiative, created by the Stordalen Foundation and Stockholm Resilience Centre in 2013. Together with the Wellcome Trust they [...]
Designed as a web-based way to help hunger, Amp Your Good continuously creates initiatives to help end hunger by allowing individuals and organized groups to order food from [...]
Known as the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, Feeding America is made up of a network of food banks with food pantries and meal programs. They offer a [...]
Little Herds is an Austin-based non-profit works with governments, entrepreneurs, farmers, bakers, chefs and businesses to change worldviews of food and create a market for [...]
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations seeks to eradicate hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition, eliminate poverty, and sustainably manage and utilize [...]
Trust for America’s Health, TFAH, emphasizes prevention, protection and communities in its fight to make disease prevention a national priority.
STOP Foodborne Illness advocates for public policies and builds public awareness in an effort to prevent illness and death from foodborne illnesses.
March of Dimes provides health resources for mothers and mothers-to-be.
The Keep Antibiotics Working, KAW, is a coalition of health, consumer, agricultural, environmental, humane and other advocacy groups working to eliminate antibiotic resistance [...]
The Infectious Diseases Society of America, IDSA, has a wealth of information on antimicrobial resistance and is working to combat it.
The nation’s largest animal protection and advocacy organization, the Humane Society of the United States seeks to combat animal cruelty.
Healthy Food Action creates a forum for healthcare professionals to learn and also speak out about public policy debates relating to food and farming.