Hunger Free America TM there Corporate Office is located in Lemoore California. There Moto is, Empowering Leaders and Transforming Lives since 2001.
A faith-based grassroots corporation with a component designed to enhance the quality of life and well-being of others. HFA envisioned a shared vision of equipping youth for the future. Min. Robinson exemplified his Christian values learned and taught by his family and the FPU. Which in turn helped build a community initiative that transformed into a National Initiative. Hunger Free support strategies which provide ownership to all participants and like-minded organization.
Our Work: Hunger Free America, Inc., HFA formerly known as United Diversity of Health and Services is considered to be the backbone of community in which it serves. Advocating for strong leadership in underserved middle and low-income families. Located in Hanford California, empowering communities and transforming lives. Hunger Free is associated with landmark legislation and movements which have impacted millions of lives across the nation since 1991-present.
Helped to allocated for small businesses and corporations to invest time and resources in urban areas under city’s redevelopment plans.
Helped create Welfare to Work Initiative called TANF Temporary Assistance to Needy Families and SNAP
Truth in sentencing for criminals
Fought against outsourcing American Jobs
Creations of more programs for at-risk-teens and youth
Community outreach advocating for comprehensive social reform to protect Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, Mental Health awareness, Education, Health-care, Immigration and Wall Street Reform
Advocated for small businesses
Fair and equal affordable housing
Advocated for First Five
Term limits for every executive, judicial and legislative branch of government
Church and communities’ reform
Fighting Hunger and related issues of poverty in America
Lobby for the renewal of the National Voter Right Act of 1964
Fought to keep Congress from omitting key components of Affirmative action for minorities
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Addressing the United Nations on various issues of human rights
The First Two Term Black America President Barack H. Obama 2008- 2016
Supporter of alleviating poverty in impoverished neighborhoods
Advocated for equal opportunity for large and small corporations to invest time and resources into urban areas under the current redevelopment
Supported comprehensive reform of Mental Health, Education, Health-care, Immigration, and
Wall Street Reform, to benefit every American.
Addressing America high school drop rate and the need for more after-school programs
Working with local organizations in a collaborative effort to render the change needed.
The 2012 Historical Women Movement for Congressional and Senatorial seats in Washington DC
A Champion of Women Rights
The Voting Right Act
The Change Needed to Move America Forward
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
First Five (5)
Organizing for Obama & Organizing for America [OFA]
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