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Your organization is trying to solve real problems – in your community, in the country, and in the world. Like many organizations, however, chances are you don't feel the support you need to really change things.
Texas Hunger Initiative (THI) has found a way to address this problem: Focus locally for global impact. Through its unique model of encouraging "informed engagement," THI has amplified the impact of volunteering in its community, making real strides in the fight against hunger.
For the May 2013 Nonprofit Insights webinar, join THI founder Jeremy Everett and Carol Rigby-Hiebert, a community volunteer in San Angelo, Texas, to learn about THI's model for tackling hunger by mobilizing communities and volunteers at a micro level – for macro results.