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The Community Alliance for Education and Hunger Relief is a partnership of many institutions and organizations. As partners, we combine our assets and strengths to increase the amount of fresh fruit and vegetables available to hunger relief organizations. In the process, we provide formal and informal educational opportunities to the community regarding large-scale food production.

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About the Community Alliance

The Community Alliance for Education and Hunger Relief is a program of Colorado State University.  Based in Western Colorado, we form partnerships unified under the goal of increasing the consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables. To this end, we:
  • Increase community access to fruits and vegetables through our farm-to-foodbank program;
  • Change knowledge of and attitudes towards fresh produce by providing hands-on learning on our farm and in our teaching kitchen; and
  • Grow healthy communities by providing opportunities for civic service and supporting initiatives that work to decrease hunger and food insecurity.
Community Alliance 2017 Annual Report
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Everything we do is made possible by our wonderful donors.

Donors

The activities of the Community Alliance are supported by the generous foundations listed below.  Our main costs are associated with our farm-to-foodbank program.  We thank them for their support.

The Western Colorado Community Foundation
The Colorado Trust
The Rocky Mountain Health Foundation
The Bacon Family Foundation
Delta Dental Corporation
The Goodwin Foundation
Generous Individuals

Partner Organizations