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Our first donation from Good Food Cafe. Some families are going to eat well this weekend thanks to our community's generosity!THANKS to your generous donations and our partnership with Healthy Food For All Dane County we're able to donate 15 quarts of homemade soup, 6 pans of lasagna, and 2 dozen sugar free lemon cookies to our food insecure neighbors in Dane County today. Donate a meal online here any time: squareup.com/store/good-food-13/ or in the cafe. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

Our first donation from Good Food Cafe. Some families are going to eat well this weekend thanks to our communitys generosity!

A statement from the Northside Planning Council & its programs, including Healthy Food For All —

Black Lives Matter. We stand with the Black leaders and organizations in Madison and around the country demanding justice for George Floyd, Tony McDade, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and the many Black lives lost to a racist system of policing, including Tony Robinson in Madison. We stand with their calls for systemic change, and we know we must do our part to hold power accountable.

George Floyd was killed because of centuries of anti-Black racism in the U.S., racism that is embedded within our institutions. Change is needed not only in our criminal justice systems, but through transformation, reform and careful examination of all of the institutions that shape our communities and our lives: systems of government, healthcare, education and within service-providing organizations and nonprofits.

As a nonprofit that serves diverse neighborhoods on Madison’s Northside, racial equity is written into our mission statement. However, we know that it is not our intention that matters, but our impact.

We have taken some time to write a statement as we reflect on how NPC as an organization can build antiracism into all that we do. This week, we will be releasing specific strategies to commit unequivocally to antiracist allyship by supporting Black-led organizations, Black families and Black leadership, facilitating conversations and education within our networks and communities, and examining our own organizational practices, policies and programs.

Our organization does not reflect the diversity of the Northside, neither in the makeup of our staff nor in those with decision-making power within our organization. Our role is not to lead in this work, but to stand with Black-led groups as an antiracist ally. At the same time, it is our responsibility to dedicate resources to creating change within our own organization, our communities and our spheres of influence.

We recognize that being antiracist is not a destination, but a practice that we will cultivate and grow within. Within that practice, we commit to transparency about the decisions we are making and the actions we are taking. ... See MoreSee Less

HFFA is proud to be partnering with Good Food, Low Carb Cafe to distribute healthy packaged meals to families in need. This is a thoughtful program and a win for everyone involved! Please consider making a donation.Good News: Good Food is partnering with Healthy Food For All Dane County to bring our homemade meals like low carb lasagna, soups, and sugar-free desserts to our neighbors in need in Dane County during Covid-19 and beyond. Your $5 donation will provide one nourishing and filling homemade meal from Good Food to a local who needs it, and it will help keep our staff employed so they can feed their families too. Please consider donating from our online store at squareup.com/store/good-food-13/
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HFFA is proud to be partnering with Good Food, Low Carb Cafe to distribute healthy packaged meals to families in need. This is a thoughtful program and a win for everyone involved! Please consider making a donation.

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