Nearly one fifth of children in the U.S. lack access to sufficient nutritious food to live a healthy life and 4.5 million (one in 12) older adults experience food insecurity. A new report by Generations United finds this fact has a huge impact on the lives of millions of other Americans who make sacrifices in order to provide food for family members and friends at risk of going hungry.
Capital Impact, COO, Annie Donovan, is interviewed in Forbes Magazine, to talk about the work that Capital Impact does to support people and communities to live to their highest potential at every stage of life, “Our overarching goal is to … Continue reading →
Over the weekend, as I caught up with reading email and blog comments I had missed while I was down with the flu last week, I was surprised at how many requests there are for more information about my weight…
From The Green House Project Blog: Food is pleasure. Preparing it, smelling it and eating it, regardless of our dining rituals, food brings meaning to our lives and defines a part of our individuality. The Green House Model protects this philosophy through teaching the importance of simple pleasures and knowing relationships for creating meaning and […]
Janice has been blogging about food fort he old and the young. Here are some thoughts from Europe. In Switzerland, we are not serving “slop“ any longer; most of the nursing homes serve good food, the ones in my community and the neighboring villages deliver great meals for people at home who are no longer […]