Food Security Task Force

We partner with 36 organizations/agencies/higher educational institutions/churches/farms to identify, discuss, and strategize around the gaps in our local food/food access/health system.  Deepening and building on these relationships will increase the effectiveness of our work and the work of all the organizations as we come to the table to identify our overlap in mission and gain efficiency by working together where that overlap exists.

Food, Food Access, & Health Providers (draft)

Partners include (the list is always growing): Adventist Community Services Center, Asbury United Methodist Church, Coronary Health Improvement Project (CHIP), Covenant Family Worship Center, USDA Farm Service Agency, Carson Creek Organics, First Presbyterian Church, Full Gospel Mission, George Clem Multicultural Association, Greene County/University of Tennessee Extension Service, Greene County Government, Greene County Health Department, Greene County Schools, Greeneville City Schools, Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Greeneville Farmers' Market, Greeneville-Greene County Family Ministries (Food Bank), Greeneville Sun, Kany Farm, Laughlin Hospital, Main St.: Greeneville, Master Gardeners, Migrant Head Start, Mosheim Outreach Center, Upper East Tennessee Neighborhood Service Center, Northern Greene County Ministries, Open Door Tabernacle, Romeo United Methodist Church, Second Harvest Food Bank, Society of St. Andrew, Tabernacle Mission Soup Kitchen, Takoma Hospital, and United Way of Greeneville-Greene County.

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