The Alaska Food Coalition (AFC) is a statewide group of over 125 non-profit, faith-based and state agencies working everyday to help hungry Alaskans in communities like Anchorage, Bethel, Fairbanks, Nome, Juneau, Kodiak and many more. The Alaska Food Coalition’s goals are to support these organizations, to strengthen and coordinate public and private food and nutrition assistance programs, and to educate policy makers about Alaskan food needs.
The mission of the Alaska Food Coalition is to collectively create food security for all Alaskans.
We support our members by building capacity to combat food insecurity in Alaska
We conduct studies and gather data on the who, what, when, where and why of hunger
Education & Advocacy
We educate policy makers and the public about food access issues in Alaska, and advocate for strong anti-hunger programming at the local, state, and federal levels
We connect individuals and families with the benefits programs they are eligible for