About Center for Hunger-Free Communities
The Center for Hunger-Free Communities is a research, service, advocacy and policy center housed in Drexel University’s Dornsife School of Public Health. According to its website, the center “offers multi-faceted research and action with the goal of developing innovative, empirically-tested solutions to the challenges of hunger and economic insecurity.”
Its projects include Witnesses to Hunger, Children’s HealthWatch, Building Wealth and Health Network, and EAT Café.
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