The Florida Partnership to End Childhood Hunger (PTECH) serves as an anchor around which local organizations across the state work strategically and in concert to address hunger and under nutrition. We leverage more of the federal food and nutrition dollars intended for but not reaching Florida's low-income families. To do this most effectively, we build on public and private partnerships and systems in communities around the state. Florida Impact has partnered with Share Our Strength (SOS) and the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) in Washington, D.C., to develop and implement a multi-year, strategic plan to end childhood hunger in Florida. The original Florida Plan—produced with funding from Share Our Strength and The United Parcel Service Foundation—represents one of the first efforts at the state level to produce a plan building off of the Plan to End Childhood Hunger in the Nation's Capital developed by the Food Research and Action Center, Share Our Strength, and DC Hunger Solutions.
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