IHC continues to focus on expanding our coalition’s membership. Current organizational members are listed below. Individual members are not listed. Learn more about becoming a member of the Iowa Hunger Coalition.
- Coralville Community Food Pantry
- Des Moines Area Religious Council (DMARC)
- Eat Greater Des Moines
- Iowa Waste Reduction Center
- North Liberty Community Pantry
- Quad Cities Food Rescue Partnership
- Story County Hunger Collaboration
- Sustainable Iowa Land Trust
Coralville Community Food Pantry
The Coralville Community Food Pantry works to ensure that all of its neighbors have access to the food they need and deserve. The food pantry distributes nutritious groceries on a weekly basis, provides home grocery deliveries to improve access for homebound individuals, supports families with children when school is not in session, fosters social connections through free and culturally diverse community meals, equips community members with the tools to grow their own food, and connects those facing diet-related health conditions to fresh, locally grown produce. More information can be found at www.coralvillefoodpantry.org.
Des Moines Area Religious Council (DMARC)
The DMARC Food Pantry Network consists of 14 partner pantry sites, 30+ mobile food pantry locations, two food warehouses, and numerous community partners. The DMARC Food Pantry Network is committed to providing healthy food options and fresh produce to the people they assist. Last year, DMARC assisted over 57,000 unique individuals living with food insecurity in Greater Des Moines.
Iowa Waste Reduction Center (IWRC)
The IWRC is a nationally recognized organization at the University of Northern Iowa devoted to environmental consulting, assistance, training and education for entities with environmental impact or need.
Sustainable Iowa Land Trust
The Sustainable Iowa Land Trust is a statewide nonprofit that permanently protects Iowa land for sustainable table food production. In its first 5 years, it has protected more than 1,000 acres across 13 farms in every region of the state. In 2021 it is launching its Circle Our Cities campaign, a 10-year, 10-city initiative to ground local food systems in permanent local farms. Visit silt.org for more information.