IN THE COMMUNITY
Miami Dade County
Weekly food distribution with Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces, in partnership with Feeding South Florida
Overtown Youth Center Inc.
The Overtown Youth Center (OYC) is a youth development program that provides comprehensive services to at-risk youth – from kindergarteners to 25-year-olds – and their families, all of whom live in some of the most underserved neighborhoods in South Florida.
Miami-Dade Public Library System (MDPLS)
Gain important skills and knowledge for life, school, and work through the MDPLS’ free programs and resources. We offer over 16,000 training sessions through LinkedIn Learning, resume review and editing with Tutor.com, Business Plans Handbook (Gale), demographic data (Demographics Now), legal forms, and more resources for individuals and businesses.
For further assistance, please reach out to email@example.com
Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center
Sant La's mission is to empower, strengthen and uplift South Florida's Haitian community by providing free access to information and existing services to ensure its successful integration.
Health in the Hood
Health in the Hood urban farms reconnect us to our food sources
and empower us to grow our own food.
Food Rescue US
The challenges are clear. More than 50 million Americans are food insecure. More than 40 billion meals are wasted a year.
The solution is simple. We need to work together to rescue would-be wasted food and deliver it to our food insecure neighbors. That’s where the Food Rescue US app comes into play. It’s an innovative and elegant solution for our busy, on-demand world.
Feeding South Florida
Feeding South Florida goes beyond just providing food. We ensure its quality food that meets Feeding America’s healthy food standards known as “Food to Encourage” or “F2E.” More than 70% of Feeding South Florida’s food distributed is considered F2E – food that’s aligned with MyPlate nutrition standards.
Jewish Community Services
The JCS Kosher Food Bank is the only food bank in Miami-Dade County to which those who observe kosher (kashrut) dietary laws can turn. JCS’ Kosher Food Bank provides food to more than 380 families and nearly 100 Holocaust survivors.