Creating Strong and Sustainable Programs to Increase Food Security

Virtual Event

Thursday, January 27th | Online

More than 62 million Latinos live and work in the United States, contributing $2.7 trillion to the economy. Yet Latinos, and other communities of color, are disproportionately impacted by food insecurity. According to the latest census, one in six Latinos live in poverty, a root cause of hunger and food insecurity. Community-based organizations play a vital role in increasing food access and offering critical services in local communities. These organizations along with coalition building and partnerships create a strong and better community.

Join us for the second part of a two-part webinar series aimed to showcase experiences and lessons learned from UnidosUS’s Comprando Rico y Sano sub grantees on community-based solutions to reduce food insecurity. Panelists will discuss the importance of coalition building and collaborations that have helped in leveraging additional resources to strengthen and sustain Comprando Rico y Sano.

Past webinars

Webinar 1: Reducing Food Insecurities in Latino Communities

This webinar on Tuesday, December 14 shared best practices and lessons learned, as well as community-based solutions and current efforts underway that have made an impact in reducing hunger. Re-watch the first webinar here, and learn more about our work in reducing food insecurity by visiting the Comprando Rico y Sano page.

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