Imagine trying to get the food you need to live a healthy lifestyle without any way to get to a grocery store. This is the reality so many in our communities face.
Food insecurity and mental health struggles are separate, but sometimes, they can overlap. OneGenAway focuses on food, so we want to point our community towards other resources that may help with some of the other struggles we face when our household food supply is threatened.
Disordered eating is not a popular topic of conversation. It’s weighty. It’s difficult. Sometimes painful. All the more reason to talk about it.
You have probably noticed something is going on with the global food supply. How is this impacting OneGenAway?
We spoke with Metro Nashville Public Schools Executive Director of Nutrition Services, Spencer Taylor, about some tips and tricks to make eating on a budget a little easier when you’re pressed for time.
Wasting food is expensive. Think about it; you're not only losing opportunity cost.
We rescue food six days a week from grocery stores, restaurants, farms, and caterers. But why does the food need rescuing?
Which is a healthier meal: two apples or mac and cheese? What if it’s organic mac and cheese and a non-organic apple? What if the mac and cheese contains GMOs?
“I don’t usually accept handouts, but …” This is how many people who have received food from us begin their conversations with me.
As we begin 2022, we’re starting to see the need for food rise and nonprofits being pushed out.
Some of the organizations we work with are losing their facilities and are in jeopardy of permanently closing down, which would obviously leave gaps and holes for the people we serve.