Hunger Twitterers


We started this Twitter list almost three years ago with names of people who have been active (online or offline) in the discussion of hunger. Since then it’s grown as more and more people and organizations find Twitter a valid way to bring the community online.   From time to time, I’ll re-tweet the URL to this post. If you’d like your name added to this list, comment here with your Twittername, send Twitter reply to  @TysonFoods, or email me at ed.nicholson@Tyson dot com   I probably won’t add you unless you ask me, so if you want to be added (some folks would prefer their names not be on the list), just ask!

There’s also a comprehensive hunger twitterers list at to  which you can subscribe with one click.

Now. You all go follow each other and talk amongst yourselves.  SOS primary account  Feeding America Billy Shore, founder of Share Our Strength Dan Michel–social media for Feeding America Ellen Damaschino SOS OFL Hall of Fame Chef and blogger Take Action on Hunger  Rock for Hunger Feed Them With Music  David Davenport    Lisa Goddard, Online Marketing Director, CAFB  Karla Cantu, Senior Director of Agency Relations, CAFB Kim Willis, Communications Manager, CAFB Molly Robbins, Community Events Manager, CAFB   Emily Babb, Donor Services Manager, CAFB John Lyon, Faith-Based Capacity Building-VISTA, CAFB JC Dwyer, Texas Food Bank Network, Statewide Advocacy Director, Michael Clark, Mitchell Communications
http://elisemitch  Elise Mitchell, Mitchell Communications San Antonio Food Bank Community Relations Manager  Michael Farver Susan Adcock Photoblogger Ed Nicholson, personal account   A. Zganjar, Share Our Strength Suzy Twohig, Share Our Strength The Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign Tom Robinson, Live Feed (Music for hunger relief, St. Louis) Friends of the World Food Program Cooking With Amy– Hunger Challenge Blogger Genie Gratto– Hunger Challenge Blogger Maria Niles–Hunger Challenge Blogger  Texas Food Bank Network  Michelle Stern Food Bank of ContraCosta and Solano Counties Portland Rescue Mission, Portland, Oregon Judy–Ft. Myers Soup Kitchen  Association of Arizona Food Banks  New Community Mobile Food Pantry, Naperville, IL Mark Arnoldy-focuses on international malnutrition Healthful meals & nutrition education for children Suzanne Lee, Dir. of Communications & Mktg.   Care & Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado  DeCA Dietician Ft. Lee, VA Homewatch Northwest Arkansas    Church World Service Greater Philadephia Coalition Against Hunger  Second Helpings, Indianapolis Miriam’s Kitchen–serving homeless in DC Bread for the City, Washington, DC   Tim Blair, hunger activist Poppy Pembroke Communications Mgr.,Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties  Heifer International  Heifer Portland  Kids Food Basket.  Grand Rapids, Michigan Holly Hight–Bread for the World  WHY  World Food Programme World Food Prize MAZON–hunger relief organization  End Child Hunger, Michael Farver First the Basics (helping people find hot meals) Union Rescue Mission, Little Rock  Kristin–Project Bread–The Walk for Hunger Phoenix Rescue Mission Sarah Hall Emily Bryant Mary Chant  Walk and Knock-annual food drive   Stacy Wong , Greater Boston Food Bank    Hands on Hartford Chicago Shares Timothy Cipriano, New Haven School Systems and Local Food Dude Meals on Wheels Serving Central Virginia A  Joyfull Holiday Lara DiPaola Jeffrey Strain, Penny Experiment  The Volunteer Way Harvest for Hunger Pittsburgh Food Bank Jennifer Stapleton, Bread for the World Bread for the World  Community Center of St. Bernard The Last Show–Karen   Robert J. Teitelbaum  The Dinner Garden Hartford Food System Second Harvest Heartland Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, Orlando  2nd Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara & San Mateo Counties Atlanta Community Food Bank   Arkansas Foodbank Network Bay Area Food Bank    Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank Capital Area Food Bank of Texas, Inc.  Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado   Central IL Foodbank Central Pennsylvania Food Bank  Community Food Bank, Fresno, CA Chattanooga Area Food Bank   City Harvest   New York,NY Cleveland Foodbank, Inc. Community Food Bank of New Jersey Connecticut Food Bank Central Virginia Foodbank, Inc.,  Feeding South Florida, Miami Eastern Illinois Foodbank, Urbana America’s Second Harvest of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Feeding America West Michigan Food Bank Food Bank For New York City Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina, Raleigh Regional Food Bank Northeastern New York Food Bank of Corpus Christi Food Bank of Delaware, Newark Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley, Inc. Food Bank of the Rockies, Denver Foodbank of Santa Barbara County       Food Bank of South Jersey Food Bank of the Southern Tier, Elmira, NY Food Bank of Northern Indiana Greater Chicago Food Depository   Foodlink Food Bank, Rochester, NY Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, Raleigh, NC Freestore FoodBank, Cincinnati Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, Inc. The Greater Boston Food Bank Capital Area Food Bank, DC Harvesters – The Community Food Network, Kansas City Houston Food Bank High Plains Food Bank, Amarillo Los Angeles Regional Foodbank Lowcountry Food Bank, Charleston, SC MANNA FoodBank, Ashville NC Montana Food Bank Network Mid-Ohio FoodBank  Second Harvest Heartland Northern Illinois Food Bank Food Bank of Northern Nevada Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank North Texas Food Bank   Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina  Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina Oregon Food Bank Ozarks Food Harvest, Springfield, MO Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank Redwood Empire Food Bank, Santa Rosa, CA Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma (OKC) Rhode Island Community Food Bank, Providence San Antonio Food Bank   Second Harvest Ohio  Southeast Missouri Food Bank San Francisco Food Bank Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee South Texas Food Bank, Laredo South Plains Food Bank, Lubbock St. Louis Area Foodbank St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance, Phoenix Tarrant Area Food Bank, Ft. Worth Three Square Food Bank, Las Vegas United Food Bank, Mesa AZ Utah Food Bank Services, Salt Lake City Vermont Foodbank, Inc., South Barre Weld Food Bank, Greeley, CO West Ohio Food Bank Culinary Schmooze The National School Food Drive Family to Family   The Online Carpool for Produce Global FoodBanking Network Iowa Food Bank Association  Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank, Duluth  Good Shepherd Food Bank, Maine  Kim Doyle Wille  Marlita H  Robin and Craig  Jeffrey Goldade Gary Ransome Robin Stephenson, Bread for the World  Community Servings, Massachusetts  Jeremy Lutgen,  Novis International  Here’s Life Inner City  Paladinette Metro CareRing, Denver  AARP Wisconsin  One Less Meal–Double D Diner
Twitter Lists–Hunger Relief (one click following) Share Our Strength (@ShareStrength) is doing a wonderful job of categorizing and

listing its stakeholders involved in hunger relief on the Twitter List tool.

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  3. Mary Haggerty

    Hi, Thanks for including @MOWFeedMore and @CVFBFeedMore on your Hunger Twitterers list. I just wanted to make you aware of a typo – there is a space missing between our twitter web address and our name. Can you change it to: Meals on Wheels Serving Central Virginia



  4. Mary Haggerty

    Hi, Thanks for including @MOWFeedMore and @CVFBFeedMore on your Hunger Twitterers list. I just wanted to make you aware of a typo – there is a space missing between our twitter web address and our name. Can you change it to: Meals on Wheels Serving Central Virginia



  5. Megan Lerner

    Please add Community Servings!  – @communityserv

    Community Servings is a home delivered meals and nutrition program for 750 people living in Massachusetts with a critical or chronic illness. We give our clients who are too sick to shop or cook for themselves, their dependent families, and caregivers appealing, nutritious meals, and send the message to those in greatest need that someone cares

  6. Jeffrey Goldade

    You should add me to the list @MargaretChoSac I support fight #hunger and I volunteer for the food closet @LoavesanFishes in Sacramento, CA

  7. piles

    Thank you for sharing such an important links here. Those will be really great for twitter users.  I like this site very much. I will surely bookmark it for future use. Good Work! Keep it up!

  8. Donna Rodgers

    Thanks to all of you for bringing awareness to the issue of hunger!  It affects us all.  As Hunger Awareness Month approaches (September), please consider skipping lunch one day a week and donating your lunch money to your local food bank.  Your donation of a meal may be a lifesaver to someone who has not eaten in days!  Thanks!

  9. Kids Food Basket


    Kids’ Food Basket is a hunger relief organization in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  We provide over 1,700 food insecure children an evening meal each weekday.


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