ECHA County Food Guide Project
End Child Hunger in Alabama (ECHA) is pleased to announce the ECHA County Food Guide Project. With the assistance of volunteers and strategic community partnerships, ECHA is ensuring that families throughout the state of Alabama are aware of food resources in their local county. ECHA County Ambassadors are responsible for ensuring that information included in each County Food Guide is comprehensive, accurate, and up to date.
To view food resources in your county, click on your county in the map below:
ECHA County Food Guide Project Admin Staff
ECHA County Ambassadors
Ailsa Saverse · Hannah Harrell · Skylar Biedenharn · Maddie White · Hannah McCrory · Claire Davies · Farrah B · Anna Cox · Annette Casteel · Antionette Hamilton · Bernadine McCaskill-Ransom · Brandalyn Clark · Carolyn Rothschild · Chasity Little · Cheri Huff · Cindy Harper · Debbie Beverly · Desiree Hutcherson-Bates · Dominguez Hurry · Gianna Edmunds · Ginger Eatman · Gladys Blythe · Jennifer Palmer · Karen Howle-Hurst · Kayla Shealy · Le’Anne Almond · Lisa Wood · Meagan Taylor · Meaghan Robertson · Meaghanne Thompson · Michelle Puckett · Rachael Graham · Roberta McClellan · Sara Watson · Shalong Hamilton · Sherita Hale · Tammy Glass · Tammy Hall · Tina Cook · Valerie McLain · Margaret Ann Allen
Want to become an ECHA County Ambassador?
For more information and to volunteer, click here:
Do you manage a food resource but don’t see it on your county’s food guide?
Add it here!
ECHA County Food Guide Partners
Special Thanks to:
Airtable: Launched in 2015, Airtable is a no-code platform that enables anyone, regardless of technical ability, to make their own powerful software. Over 180,000 organizations, including over half of the Fortune 1000, currently use Airtable. The company has raised $170M in venture funding at $1.1B in valuation, and has been the recipient of several prestigious awards, including Fortune’s 100 Greatest Designs of Modern Times, CNBC’s Disruptor 50 List, Forbes Cloud 100, The Davos World Economic Forum Technology Pioneers, Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies, and more.
Jonathan Chin, Founder and CEO of ShareMeals, for invaluable assistance with coding, and for connecting ECHA with other resources to help maximize the impact of this project.
Greg Curry, Auburn University College of Human Sciences Multimedia Specialist, for development of our linked Alabama county map and continuing website support.
Melissa Gallanter, Volunteer Coordinator at the Hunter College Food Policy Center, for guidance regarding logistics of project management.
Joseph Callaghan, Angela Chen, and Nannan Hao, philanthropic coders, for assistance with populating our food guides with resources from web sources.