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  1. Brian Greene President/CEO

  2. First and Foremost… Thank you! For your commitment For your patience

  3. A Map Of America's Future: Where Growth Will Be Over The Next Decade By 2023, Houston will be widely acknowledged as America’s next great global city.

  4. Some Are Left Behind Texas food insecurity up 1% Now 18.4% 1 in 4 children are food insecure 66,000 people are hungryon a typical day

  5. Thanks To You… 137,000 people are fed weekly New data in early 2014 from the Hunger Study 875 clients interviewed90 agency locations

  6. Mission Leading the fight against hunger

  7. Vision Food access for all

  8. Strategic Goals 1. Quantity 2. Capacity and efficiency 3. Social services 4. Child hunger 5. Customer service

  9. Allocation Priorities 1. More nutritious food 2. More food per person 3. Client choice 4. Evening, weekend hours 5. Link to social services 6. Provide social services

  10. Allocation for Change Board committee Use food to help break the cycle of poverty by adding social services to food distribution

  11. Agency Assessments Tier system Evaluate agencies based on allocation priorities Determine who gets additional food based on social service provision

  12. Measurement System Based on estimated dollar value of outcomes e.g., the amount of money clients save by receiving free food that can be used to buy other necessities

  13. Creative Partnerships New Including non-traditional agencies Existing Brighter Bites SER Jobs for Progress

  14. Client Choice Pantry Partners Pantries + high impact programs e.g., Project Grad Encourage existing partners to transition

  15. Collaborative Partnerships Regional collaboratives with specific focus areas e.g., job readiness, housing

  16. Strategic Goal One Distribute 100M nutritious meals and 2.48M pounds non-food items annually by 2018. 64M in FY13 FY14 Goal: 69.7M

  17. What’s Nutritious? YES! NO!

  18. Nutritious Meals ÷ 1.2 + SNAP meal equivalents

  19. SNAP Meal Equivalents Factors Approval rate (70.3%) Avg benefit ($297/application) Avg certification period (9.5 mos.) Local economic impact ($1 = $1.79)

  20. Non-Food 1.8M lbs FY13 FY 14 goal: xx lbs

  21. Terence Franklin Director, Agency Services

  22. Strategic Goal Two Build agency capacity and efficiency • Larger quantities nutritious foods • More meals per person • Client choice • Open evenings, weekends

  23. Guidelines for New Agencies Pantries Open 3 times per month Once during evenings or weekends Once with social services

  24. Guidelines for New Agencies Mobile Units Only With social services

  25. Build Your Capacity Mobiles and social services e.g., health insurance sign-up

  26. Infrastructure Grants Year Three Applications available early October Reach-in or walk-in freezers, coolers Award letters early 2014

  27. Retail Pick-up 242 stores

  28. Red Barrel Nearly 70 agency partners

  29. Client Choice Emergency Food Pantry For working families