If you are a non-profit, faith-based, corporate, or governmental organization that is dedicated to ending hunger, then consider partnering with FNS. FNS helps our partners find ways to leverage Federal support for local impact, and gives them access to extensive information resources. FNS also works closely with many partners on new innovative projects. Check out our partnerships resources below before taking the next step.
Learn more about our programs and how our partners help get more eligible people to use our programs. Click here to view this partnerships introductory PowerPoint presentation.
This document shows States how to leverage federal funds without using State funds by leveraging the resources of community organizations. For community organizations, the document shows how they can obtain reimbursements for their SNAP outreach activities. Click here to read.
The Partnership Agreement Form allows you to enter into a flexible partnership with the Food and Nutrition Service. The form explains why partnerships are so important to us and lists the different ways you can get involved with us. Click here to read or download.
Corporations often have branches or foundations that focus on social responsibility and philanthropic activities. A great cause you can get involved in is ending hunger in America. Read some of our ideas.
52 nutrition messages for Faith-Based and Community Organizations. One for every week of the year! Click here.
Help your community break the cycle of hunger and poverty by sharing information about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP formerly Food Stamps). Click here.
Below you will find information on FNS' partner organizations.
- AARP Foundation
- Administration on Aging
- The Alliance to End Hunger
- American Culinary Federation
- Catholic Charities USA
- Cooperative Extension
- Convoy of Hope
- Corporation for National and Community Service
- Feeding America
- Food Research Action Center
- Fuel Up to Play 60
- Internal Revenue Service
- National Association of Counties
- National League of Cities
- Second Harvest Food Bank of Southern Wisconsin
- Share Our Strength
- United Way