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​Beginning in his campaign, and continuing through his administration, Mayor Hogsett has been committed to solving food insecurity in Indianapolis.
To achieve this goal, the Office of Public Health and Safety works with Indianapolis residents, community groups and businesses to foster food security, food access and a vibrant food economy.
If you or someone you kno​w is hungry, call 211 or visit Connect2Help211.org.​

Indy Hunger Network Unmet Needs Study
The Unmet Needs Study was designed to look at the current state of food system and food insecurity in Marion County and directly measure quantity of meals needed to assure enough food assistance is available for all with need. The key findings exhibit progress, but still a significant continuing need in this area
Read the study here: 

Volunteer Opportunity of the Month

         Westminster Neighborhood Services
Food Pantry & Soup Kitchen
2325 E New York Street
Volunteers will register neighbors for the food pantry, guide them through the pantry to pick out groceries, or serve a meal in the soup kitchen.
 
Please email Lauren Rollings at lauren.rollings@westmin.org for more information.
 

 
 
 
Get in Touch
 
Shellye Suttles
Food Policy and Program Coordinator
Aliya Wishner
To stay up-to-date on food efforts in Indianapolis, follow Indy Food on Twitter (@indy_food).
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