Hunger Relief Meetup Groups

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We've given more than 4000 hours since December 2007! We're a volunteer group dedicated to improving lives through good works. If you like to help others while making friends, this is the group for you! We participate in a wide variety of projects

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Hello, more coming soon on the new focus of this group to expand to various ways to impact the city/state/country/world in a positive way by volunteering in NYC.  We will be involved with the best volunteer opportunities NYC has to offer! We will wor

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Helping Hands
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serveLA is a volunteer group for anyone who wishes to volunteer their time, energy, or abilities to make the world a better place. We wish to be a voice of hope, compassion, beauty, and generosity in the Los Angeles area by teaming up with partner or

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We're an organization dedicated to showing compassion towards homeless men and women in New York City. Each week we meet up in both White Plains & the lower east side to make several hundred peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and then distribute the

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I love cooking and seeing the joy food brings to others. Food has a way of bringing friends, families and new people together. This club was started as a means of sharing. SHARE is Sharing recipes Hosting themed cooking events Advocating volunteering­

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Make your next trip MEANINGFUL! Attend Meetups and happy hours, learn how to travel responsibly and make a difference. Meet fun, involved, interesting people. Share with us YOUR story about the meaningful things YOU already do! With 20 years of exper

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Committed objectively minded individuals coming together to realistically, pro-actively and intentionally create, lead, manage and support workable communities leading to a world that works for everyone with no exceptions. You can give whatever t

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Movers And Shakers
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This group is here to support the Thai community. New members please take a few minutes upload a photo and introduce yourself, it will make your expereince more rewarding. If anyone else would like to help with this site, planning events, knows of ev

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Overview The Farm is an initiative of the Cobblestone Project and is designed to use agriculture to help the under-resourced in our community by focusing on six strategic pillars to include: Hunger Relief, Education, Economic Development, Community,­

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The Workshop on Poverty, Inequality, and Education (edpov.stanford.edu) is a new initiative of the Stanford Graduate School of Education, coordinated by Stanford Professors Jelena Obradovic, Prudence Carter, Rachel Lotan, and Sean Reardon. Throughout­

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March 20, 2014

Holy Posole Hunger Project Meetup Group – in a “nutshell” Food banks, shelters, soup kitchens, and other charitable organizations dedicated to serving the less fortunate in our communities often need the help of volunteers to accomplish their mission

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March 9, 2014

Hello Nashville! We are looking to re-start the Food Not Bombs chapter here in Nashville. Food Not Bombs works to call attention to poverty and homelessness in society by sharing food in public places and facilitating community gatherings of hungry p

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Community Volunteers
February 19, 2014

Calling all new age foodies that grow, cook, eat and promote local food and food security! We will meet monthly at the Nourish Meetup, volunteer together, share ideas and concerns, share recipes, and organize events. Please join in with your friends

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Sheboygan Foodies
January 18, 2014

We work towards the complete abolition of hunger and disease worldwide. We focus on three major campaigns. First, we create a Vision for Abolition -- how it is accomplished and how much it costs. Second, we all agree that the necessary resources (10

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January 7, 2014

Continuing through the end of April (the 29th) on Tuesdays @ 6PM at Xtreme Jump and Skate Park, 910 E. Pecos Rd., Chandler, AZ. All faiths, backgrounds, ages, and skill levels welcome! Yoga and stretching hosted by Rev. Dr. Kristin Longenecker from J

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Yoga Lovers
October 7, 2013

The Workshop on Poverty, Inequality, and Education (edpov.stanford.edu) is a new initiative of the Stanford Graduate School of Education, coordinated by Stanford Professors Jelena Obradovic, Prudence Carter, Rachel Lotan, and Sean Reardon. Throughout­

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October 4, 2013

This is an open forum the Capital Area food Bank convenes on topics related to hunger in the Washington metro area. Meetups may include movie screenings, presentations, or panel discussions. Anyone with an interested in alleviating hunger should atte

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Hunger Champs
September 18, 2013
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We're an organization dedicated to showing compassion towards homeless men and women in New York City. Each week we meet up in both White Plains & the lower east side to make several hundred peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and then distribute the

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September 7, 2013

BGR Compassionate Action Community NYC is an informal group of New York City area volunteers and friends of Buddhist Global Relief (BGR) committed to hunger relief. This community supports the mission of BGR through participating in, promoting, and v

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BGR Compassionate Activists NYC
August 22, 2013

Loaves & Fishes is an organization that works to end hunger in the Twin Cities. We provide no-cost healthy meals for individuals and families facing hunger and food insecurity. With YOUR HELP we can end hunger, one meal at a time! Help us to provide

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Cooks for a Cause
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