Community Awareness & Education - educating the community about hunger and poverty.
Legislative Advocacy - helping individuals obtain a greater income and prevent food insecurity.currently looking for new members
MOBILE PANTRY - delivering food to those in rural areas.
Giving Gardens - Has new leadership! Join with the gardens and help the community!
Welcome to the Portage County Hunger & Poverty Prevention Partnership
The Hunger Prevention Partnership was formed in October 2000, after the first Portage County Hunger Summit. Over the years, the Partnership has grown. In April, at the 2006 Poverty Summit, the Partnership expanded to include poverty issues and the name of the organization was changed to Portage County Hunger and Poverty Prevention Partnership The Partnership includes individuals from various aspects of the public and private sector. The Partnership developed four project teams to help address and solve hunger and poverty issues that face Portage County .
For more information contact PortageCountyHPPP@gmail.com
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Meetings are every other month (Feb, Apr, June, Aug, Oct, Dec)
on the first Wednesday of the month
at Woodlands Church in Plover
from 12:00-1:30 - bring your lunch and bring a friend!
Portage County Hunger Indicators: 2010-2014 - Print Your Copy HERE
Hunger Report 2013 (released June 2014) - HERE!
Hunger Report 2012 (released May 2013) - Print
Hunger Report 2011 (released June 2012) - Print
Hunger Report 2010 (released May 2011) - Print
Hunger Report 2009 (released October 2010) - Print
Know someone who needs help?
Want to donate some food, clothing, or other items in need?
Here is the Guide for Sharing in Portage County
HPPP Mission & Values
To proactively identify issues of hunger and poverty and advocate short and long term solutions.
- We believe that every individual should be treated with dignity and respect
- No one should go without adequate and appropriate food.
- Everyone should be able to support themselves and their families.
- Everyone should be provided the opportunity to reach their potential.
- Everyone should be personally involved in reaching their goals and moving toward self-sufficiency.
- Broad- based community involvement and collaboration are necessary for achieving significant progress and lasting change.