The biggest obstacle is that we donít believe we can solve it. That thinking ends with your purchase of this documentary and resource guide.
The 30-minute Hunger in the Heartland documentary puts a face on the critical issue of food insecurity in the Midwest. Its companion resource guide outlines steps for community-based caring, whether youíre a backyard gardener or part of a group looking for a way to be spiritually fed by impacting the lives of others.
Together, the guide and documentary inspire and empower people to act locally on this issue of world importance. Let Hunger in the Heartland show you the way.
A year was spent exploring stories of hunger while uncovering individual and community solutions at work throughout the state of Iowa. Created for the Coalition in Support of Hungry Children by Debra Landwehr Engle, writer and producer, and Thomas Sawyer, director of photography and editor, this powerful documentary can be utilized in any state to start discussions on local hunger and what can be done about it. View the three-minute video trailer to preview what you'll find in the documentary.
The resource guide.
With writer Rachel Vogel Quinn, Deb Engle co-authored the Coalitionís Hunger in the Heartland: A Resource Guide for Alleviating Hunger in Your Community, No Matter Where You Live. The 120-page guide helps readers explore dozens of innovative ideas for alleviating hunger on a grassroots level. Click here to see one of the stories from the book.
For more information about the Coalition in Support of Hungry Children, visit www.hopeforthehungry.blogspot.com
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