ACCHU – Alleviating Cinci Childhood Hunger

Assisting with Whole Again is a primary focus. Additional considerations are listed below.

Want a little inspiration? Check out these 10 young activists HERE (thanks to Hormel for their focus – makes one want to eat a little more Spam perhaps?!)

Little Pantry efforts are beginning/continuing in the Cincinnati area. See locations HERE

NOTE: need to be diligent and mindful of “When Helping Hurts” philosophy in pursuing all actions: “in perfect harmony with the community” needs to be a goal!!!

Mt. Washington School / Oyler School / Winton Terrace opportunities

  • Power-paks?
  • other efforts currently underway or needing to be fostered
  • Winton Terrace is dealing with air pollution issues – why not make their students a focus in other positive ways? (Greg Landsman is trying to help here)
    • Pleasant Hills Academy, 1350 W North Bend Rd, 45224, is the local CPS elementary school (Resource Coordinator is Tim Walker (513) 363-4366 )
    • Zip for Winton Terrace is 45232 according to Google Maps
    • According to WikiPedia: Winton Hills is a neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio. The population was 4,787 at the 2010 census. Winton Hills is an area in between Northside, College Hill, Winton Place and Carthage. Winton Terrace takes up most of the area’s space.
    • Looks like Ms. Mo and WCPO may be potential leads on what might be done here? (See this article)


Mt Washington Presbyterian Church

Family Promise

Mt Washington School efforts

FAST – Andrew B. (truth and reconciliation with Native Americans) – food insecurity with Black Feet nation


Time for a Bolder Child Poverty Collaborative – Byron P. White

StrivePartnership Exec. Director, Byron P. White

Freestore Foodbank – Summer Food Service Project

Freestore Foodbank website

Brighton Center opportunities?


Child Poverty Collaborative (CPC) – Steering Committee

According to this Child Poverty Collaborative webpage, What They Do is:

We lead, partner, and support system changes to reduce poverty and improve children’s lives. In collaboration with families and community partners, the CPC seeks to ensure that people currently living in poverty move toward achieving and maintaining self-sufficiency.

Sounds like a good approach!

Xavier’s Computer Science faculty and students are working on projects with the Poverty Collaborative, including preparing by doing a Poverty Simulation!

Kroger – Zero Hunger, Zero Waste program – working with Feeding America, among others

Bread for the World – lots of good activism opportunities, including writing letters to U.S. Congress. Their website has lots of information such as hunger facts by state

Packaway Hunger – out of Indianapolis