NATIONAL FOUNDATION TO END SENIOR HUNGER PROGRAMS
Enid Borden -Founder, President and CEO.
Based in Virginia, USA. Programs available across the USA.
"A grade of 'F' for Overall Performance: 8.3 million seniors faced the threat of hunger in 2010. This reflects a 78% increase since 2001 and a 34% increase since the start of the recession in 2007."
-mowaa.org source: Senior Hunger Report Card.
The National Foundation to End Senior Hunger Programs include:
Everyone's Table Programs - engage individuals and organizations to build innovative partnerships within the local community to fight senior hunger. The aim is to not only take care of senior hunger in the immediate area but to also to create models that can later replicated in other communities across the United States.
Communications and Education Activities – information on elderly nutrition, food preparation, meal planning, food distribution, healthcare, wellness, and more.
Research Activities and Policy Discussions - annual updates to senior hunger research and the Senior Hunger Report Card.
Before starting the National Foundation to End Senior Hunger Enid Borden served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of The Meals On Wheels Association of America (MOWAA) for twenty years.
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