The Livingston County Hunger Council (LCHC) was established in 2008 as a subcommittee of the Basic Needs and Beyond Workgroup. The Basic Needs and Beyond Workgroup was established to develop countywide systems to address gaps in all residents meeting their basic needs. This Workgroup achieved it’s goals by 2013 and was able to move into specific strategies for system change. The Hunger Council is one area where clear systems are developed to address food insecurity in our county.
LCHC has a mission to engage with the community to eliminate hunger in Livingston County. The Council will target food insecurity by addressing access to fresh food, optimizing government food programs, empowering the community to make healthy food choices and strengthening private and charitable food programs.
Summer Lunch Bunch
Food Pantry Network
For more information about the Livingston County Hunger Council, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.