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Diversity Community Foundation

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Transcript of Diversity Community Foundation

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Diversity Community Foundation
What is D.C.F?
What
is
D.C.F's
mission?
What are D.C.F's objectives?
It's a nonprofit organization
that provides academic,
social ,and educational
services for youth ages 8
through 21 who have a
disadvantage due to lack of
financial and social
acceptability, education, job
skill or experience.
The mission of Diversity Community
Foundation is to enlighten
and empower young minorities
to achieve their goals and to
maximize their potential.

-To empower youth to
realize their own worth
in society and to fulfill
their life mission.

-To provide youth to
comprehend the value and
to accomplish a good
education the as its relates
to a positive future.

◦-To inspire service in
the public interest

◦-To promote diversity
awareness and the
intellectual & moral
welfare of youth and
family worldwide.
Volunteering
We currently work to help assist the Child Hunger Relief Network.
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Let's take a look at the constitution!
Page 2: Take Notes
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PROMOTE THE GENERAL WELFARE
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The programs supplements children with the food that they would receive in school over the weekend.
Did you know?
•The average age of a homeless family member is 4.
•Families are the fastest growing segment of the homeless population.
•Nationally, an estimated 1.2 million children are homeless.
A community that is reunified as one and with a future of success and progress.
THE END!
THANK YOU
Q: How did the Child Hunger Relief Network get started? Backpack Buddies program get started?
A: The Child Hunger Relief Network is the revised and revamped version of the Backpack Buddies Program which started during a mentoring session. One of the participants was identified as facing food scarcity at home. We later determined that his family was actually homeless. After researching we identified Hunter Elementary as having the greatest population of homeless and impoverished children in Wake County.
Q: How does the Child Hunger Relief Network work?
A: The students who have been identified with the need are provided with a backpack every Friday. The backpack contains seven meals that they can take with them. They must return the empty backpack to be refilled on Monday. Volunteers gather at the school once a month to sort the food so it is easier to pack the backpacks.
Nine states exhibited statistically significant higher household food insecurity rates than the U.S. national average 2008-2010:1

United States
14.6%

Mississippi
19.4%

Texas 18.8%

Arkansas 18.6%

Alabama 17.3%

Georgia 16.9%

Ohio 16.4%

Florida 16.1%

California 15.9%

North Carolina
15.7%

Page 1: How much do you know?
Question 1: True or False, one in six Americans do not have access to enough food.

Question 2: True or False, very few
children struggle with food insecurity because there are programs to take care
of them.

Question 3: True or False, even college-educated individuals struggle with issues involving food insecurity in this country.

True. Not having enough food to gain and maintain a healthy life is a real problem for one in six Americans, some of whom are children and senior citizens.
FALSE, According to the USDA in 2012, 16 million children are living in food=insecure households. School lunch programs do help, but they do not solve the whole problem.
TRUE. In 2010, 23% of percent of the adults interviewed during the Hunger Study have attended college or a technical school. Education is extremely important, but sometimes it's just is not enough.
These organizations
help by supplying donations:
Walmart
Big Lots
Target
Office Max
Etc.
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