We work with partners across the state to prevent hunger in Oregon.

Strategic Plan

We have a strong track record of influencing public policies to lift people out of poverty. Every year, we help connect thousands of children to healthy meals year-round and provide information to tens of thousands of Oregonians about SNAP. We train and equip local partners to find solutions to hunger in their own communities. We convene the formidable experts of the Oregon Hunger Task Force for collective action.

In developing our strategic plan, we heard from dozens of partners, volunteers and people we serve about how to best increase food security over the next two years.

The result was a clear set of objectives and a focus on two goals: pursuing equity, and building the anti-hunger movement.

In our pursuit of equity and justice, we reaffirm the founding declaration of the Oregon Hunger Task Force that “all persons have the right to be free from hunger” and recommit to work on behalf of those disproportionately denied that right. In the next two years, this means digging into the root causes of hunger, like racism, and shifting the way we advocate to include the leadership of those most impacted.

We appreciate the many supporters who help us achieve our mission and look forward to partnering with you!

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Strategic Plan

Annual Report

The past year has held so much for our community, from preparing for a long legislative session and building policy campaigns, to shifting into a new phase of the pandemic. We reached major milestones like the development of the Food for All Oregonians bill (SB 610), and the premiere of our new storytelling event, Nourish! Simultaneously, we faced the ongoing challenges of navigating unjust systems that are designed to hold power and prevent change. 

Through all of the highs and lows, we dove deeper into our commitment to remain in dialogue with our community. We listened to those most impacted by hunger and poverty and gathered input to shape better policies. Similarly, when changes in policy occured, we kept Oregonians informed, ensuring that our communities had the most up-to-date information on accessing food for themselves and their families.

Thank you for being a part of this important community conversation. It takes all of our staff, donors, volunteers, partners, advocates, and supporters to do this work.

Here’s to building power together and expanding equitable food access. The Oregon we hope to achieve is on the horizon.

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Oregonians connected to essential information about accessing Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

Additional training and support provided to all 7 public universities and 17 community colleges in Oregon.


more kids in food-insecure families now qualify for free meals than in 2019 due to the implementation of the Student Success Act.

On September 1st, more than 70 community members joined us for our premiere storytelling events, Nourish: The Stories of Justice That Feed Us.

Over $30,000 was raised to support our work, and 64% of attendees were new to our community.


Food For All

The Food For All Oregonians campaign will expand food assistance benefits to those currently excluded on the basis of immigration status.

The Food for All Oregonians coalition includes over 80 (and growing!) community-based organizations across Oregon.

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Our Financials

Financial statements and 990s: our fiscal year is July-June

CPA-Reviewed Financials:



990 (annual nonprofit IRS form)