Food Security Fund
What is Sustainability?
A sustainable community is one that is economically, environmentally, and socially healthy and resilient. It meets challenges through integrated solutions rather than through fragmented approaches that meet one of those goals at the expense of the others. And it takes a long-term perspective - one that's focused on both the present and the future, well beyond the next budget or election cycle.
NOW is our community's time to coordinate efforts, learn better ways to serve, and identify clear, measurable goals toward improving food insecurity in the greater High Point area.
STRATEGIC PLANNING SURVEY
The Greater High Point Food Alliance board is in the beginning of a strategic planning process. The first stage of this process is to engage the GHPFA’s network of collaboration to get feedback. Below you’ll find an online survey that will help ensure the GHPFA is meeting the needs of our community with maximum efficiency. We expect the survey to take about 10 minutes, and we appreciate the time you dedicate to completing this survey. The GHPFA knows it must be responsive to the community to do its work well, and it cannot do this work without you! Thank you!
The survey is completely anonymous and we urge you to share this survey with your friends, co-workers, clients, or anyone else you know who has worked with the Food Alliance.
2019 FOOD SECURITY SUMMIT AWARDS.
Rooted In The Community Award presented to:
Life on Lexington
"Awarded to an organization, nonprofit, government agency, or business that through creative solutions has led to the development of innovative solutions to food insecurity resulting in sustainable community impact."
Food Security Advocate Award presented to:
Growing High Point
"Awarded to the individual who has been a leader in advocating for those struggling with food insecurity, who has been proactive in addressing food insecurity, and who has been a catalyst for change and sustainability."