Target Hunger relies on the support of collaborative partners to effectively address hunger and its root causes in Houston. Because of the help and dedication of community partners, Target Hunger is able to serve a greater number of people and in a broader capacity.

Target Hunger Community Partners

AARP-Senior Community Service Employment Program
ACTS Achieving Community Task Successfully
Anderson Memorial Church of Christ
Buck Street Church of God in Christ
Care Connection
Catholic Charities
City of Houston Department of Health & Human Services
CHRISTUS Healthy Living Mobile Clinics
Combined Arms
Commons of Grace Senior Apartment Homes
Denver Harbor Multi Service Center
Denver Harbor Senior Center
5th Ward Multi Service Center
Harris County Department of Education – Head Start
Harris County Department of Health & Human Services
Harris County Public Health
HISD Life Skills
HISD Wraparound Services Department
Hometown at Wayside
Houston Food Bank
Judson Robinson Sr. Community Center & Park
J.W. Peavy Senior Center
Jefferson Dental
Kashmere Multi Service Center
Kashmere Senior Center
Lone Star Legal Aid

Legacy Community Health Clinic
Magnolia Multi Service Center
MCNA Dental Plan
Memorial Hermann Nurse Health Line
New Day Deliverance Holiness Church
Nixon Adult Day Center
Northeast Multi Service Center
Northeast Senior Center
Our Lady Star of the Sea
Our Mother of Mercy Senior Group
Partners in Primary Care
Pleasant Hill Village Apartments
Prevent Blindness
St. Hope Foundation
St. Luke Senior Group
St. Peter Claver Catholic Church
Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church
Texas A & M AgriLife Extension
Texas Health and Human Services Commission
The Harris Center for Mental Health IDD
The Rose
Today’s Harbor for Children
United Healthcare
United Way of Greater Houston
Urban Enrichment Institute
Vecinos Federal Qualified Health Center