Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility


Work With Us 

Hunger Free Oklahoma offers and is involved in a handful of unique coalitions in an effort to end hunger in Oklahoma. Read on below to learn more.

A group of people working together around a long table

Oklahoma Childhood Food Security Coalition 

The Oklahoma Childhood Food Security Coalition (CFSC) seeks to improve education and health outcomes for our state’s children by increasing awareness of and access to nourishing meals outside of school hours.

Formed in 2016, the Coalition includes partners from food banks, school districts, youth development organizations, state agencies, Native American tribes, and advocacy organizations.

An orange and yellow stylized sun shape that uses the letter O in OK as the round sun with the shape of the state of Oklahoma inside, above green capital letters that read Childhood Food Security Coalition

Tulsa Food Equity Council 

The Tulsa Food Equity Council (TFEC) is a collective driven by food justice values, centering people experiencing food apartheid.

A blue circle with green circles representing leaves on a brown tree.

Working together for a hunger free Oklahoma.

To top