Community Partners

Indy Hunger Network Partners

We are truly fortunate to be partnering with such generous and caring organizations.

CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions - Provides home-delivered meals and more for seniors.

Connect2Help - Available 24/7/365 to educate, empower and connect Hoosiers who need essential human services with those who can provide them.

Dow AgroSciences - Dow AgroSciences is committed to discovering, developing, and bringing to market crop protection and plant biotechnology solutions for the growing world.

Elanco - Creates products and services that enhance the lives of pets, advance food safety and improve disease management and production efficiency of livestock and poultry. Bringing 100,000 families worldwide out of hunger is just one of the many social causes to which Elanco is dedicated.

Elders at the Table (EAT) - A coalition of nonprofit organizations dedicated to ensuring that every Central Indiana senior has help getting nutritious meals every day.

Eli Lilly and Company - Founded by Eli Lilly in 1876, Eli Lilly is now the 10th largest pharmaceutical company in the world. The vision of Eli Lilly and Company is to make a significant contribution to humanity by improving global health in the 21st century. This vision guides the work of the company, including its commitment to corporate responsibility.

Gleaners Food Bank - A nonprofit that secures, stores and redistributes donated food to over 350 Hunger Relief Agencies.

Indiana Department of Education - The state agency responsible for operation of school lunch, breakfast and summer food programs, among others.

Indiana Family & Social Services Administration (FSSA) - The state agency responsible for the operation of SNAP (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program - formerly known as food stamps).;

Indianapolis Mayor’s Office - The Front Porch Alliance focuses on building partnerships with community groups to improve the quality of life within our neighborhoods.

Interfaith Hunger Initiative - Two dozen faith communities in the Indianapolis area working together to create a system of access to food through pantries in Central Indiana and schools in Kenya.

Marion County Health Department - The local agency responsible for the operation of WIC (Women, Infants & Children) in Marion County.;

Meals on Wheels - Serves the greater Indianapolis area homebound elderly and disabled.

Midwest Food Bank - Their mission is to gather large food donations from nationwide corporations and distribute them to social service organizations, as well as, national disaster sites at no charge.

Second Helpings - An Indianapolis based nonprofit specializing in food rescue, hunger relief and culinary job training.

St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) - Offers assistance to those who have fallen upon times of hardship and personal crisis and operates the largest food pantry in the Midwest.


IHN is an active leader with the Indy Food Council.