In North Carolina
- Based in Pittsboro, the Rural Advancement Foundation International-USA (RAFI) works to address trends and changes in agriculture.
- North Carolina Community Garden Partners provides resources for developing and growing community gardens.
- Society of St. Andrew relies on volunteers to "glean" produce from local farms and orchards and deliver it to people in need. The website offers ways to get involved.
- Stop Hunger Now is a Raleigh-based international hunger relief organization that coordinates the distribution of food and other aid around the world. The website includes facts about hunger and details on how to get involved in relief efforts.
- The North Carolina Council of Churches includes denominations committed to working on social issues. The website showcases efforts on behalf of farmworkers and rural life.
- North Carolina Association of Feeding America Food Banks is an alliance of the six food banks and one food recovery organization in North Carolina that belong to Feeding America, the nation’s largest hunger relief charity.
- A program of The Conservation Fund, Resourceful Communities supports a network of community groups, faith-based organizations, small towns and resource providers.
In the United States and Abroad
- Feeding America secures food and grocery products on a national level for distribution to local food banks. The website includes hunger studies and statistics.
- Food Research and Action Center works with national, state and local nonprofits, public agencies and corporations to address hunger and poverty. The website has a legislative action center.