Kids Against Hunger Northwest Oklahoma // Kids Against Hunger Northwest Oklahoma is a non-profit organization whose mission it is to provide fully nutritious food to impoverished children through partnerships with humanitarian organizations in the USA and worldwide.

OK Grown // Whether you are looking for fresh vegetables, salad greens, herbs, watermelon, peaches, cantaloupe, meat products, baked goods, processed jams, jellies and salsas, or even non-food items such as cut flowers and skin care products, you can find it all at an Oklahoma farmers’ market.

Oklahoma Food Bank Network // Oklahoma Food Bank Network is comprised of two food banks. The Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, located in Tulsa, serves eastern Oklahoma and the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, located in Oklahoma City, central and western Oklahoma. Together we provide enough food to feed over 113,000 people each week.

Oklahoma Nutrition Information and Education Project // ONIE offers ideas to help people stretch their food dollars and recipes for low-cost meals to help make sure Oklahomans have enough to eat. One way to receive assistance in getting enough food is SNAP (formerly the Food Stamp Program).

Oklahoma Sustainability Network // The Oklahoma Sustainability Network (OSN) serves to connect and educate the people of Oklahoma concerning the many aspects of sustainability. OSN is a catalyst and a resource for the improvement of Oklahoma’s economy, ecology, and equity.

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma // The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma distributes enough food to feed more than 90,000 hungry Oklahomans each week through 825 charitable feeding programs and elementary schools in Oklahoma.