Our Core Values

Collaboration, Accountability, Inclusivity, and Optimism…

Our values serve as the guiding principles that dictate our actions and collaboration as we strive to achieve our mission of nourishing and safeguarding the lives of disadvantaged individuals.

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We prioritize the overarching objectives of both Family Emergency Food Relief and addressing hunger over individual interests. Our actions are geared towards promoting the achievements of our fellow colleagues, partners, and our overall mission. We foster collaboration and dismantle barriers by collectively pursuing opportunities both within and beyond our organization.



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We embrace accountability for our conduct and performance, both from within and externally. We actively engage in the exchange of constructive feedback and provide positive reinforcement to foster ongoing enhancement. We empower our team and partners by establishing clear roles, prioritizing tasks, delegating authority, placing trust in team members, and meticulously assessing outcomes.



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We cultivate a community that embraces and appreciates individuals with various backgrounds, perspectives, and life experiences. We take deliberate steps to involve individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences at all organizational levels and in every facet of our work. We provide guidance and assistance to help each person unlock their complete potential. We establish and implement policies and procedures through an equity-focused approach.



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We boldly and fearlessly pursue ambitious objectives. We champion the belief that eradicating hunger is attainable and amplify the positive influence of our efforts on the most marginalized individuals. We approach our mission with optimism, humility, and empathy.

We Provide Healthy Meals to Those in Need.

We are dedicated to addressing the fundamental causes of food insecurity.
Achieving a world free from hunger becomes feasible when we collaboratively examine the root poverty-driven socioeconomic issues that drive people to seek assistance from organizations like ours. This realization compels us not only to feed individuals but also to address these factors collectively.
We are devoted to ensuring that your contribution holds true significance! Our commitment is built upon financial efficiency and creating a substantial impact. We firmly believe that transparent financial practices, coupled with insightful data analytics, are the foundation for a contribution that truly changes lives.

Meet the Hunger Team


Eden Wray

Outreach Coordinator ↓


Colin Wray

Chief Partnerships Officer ↓


Rachel Justice

Marketing Director ↓


William Campbell

Director of Development ↓

Hunger predominantly affects children from low-income families…

One commonly used metric to assess poverty is the federal poverty level, which is established by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This level represents the minimum annual income required by a family to cover essential necessities like food, clothing, shelter, and transportation.

In 2021, the federal poverty level stood at $26,500 for a family of four. It’s important to note that this figure serves as a baseline, as even families earning twice that amount are often classified as low-income by experts, and many of them encounter difficulties in meeting their financial needs.

When examining the prevalence of poverty in the United States, 2020 data from the U.S. Census Bureau reveals that 37 million Americans, or 11.4% of the population, lived below the poverty line. Among them, 12 million were children. While this number is alarmingly high for a country with substantial wealth, it had been on a declining trend in recent years. However, the onset of the coronavirus pandemic imposed significant challenges on already-struggling households, and the full extent of its impact is still uncertain.

For a more comprehensive insight into food insecurity, we suggest referring to the USDA’s annual report on Household Food Security in the United States.

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