AAFB is proud to partner with Arizona State University's Morrison Institute for Public Policy and their Arizona Indicators website, helping to provide monthly food bank data for the Human Services section. We invite you to take a look at the Human Services indicators
as well as the all the indicators they use to track the well-being of the state of Arizona.
On December 14, AAFB president and CEO Ginny Hildebrand, alongside colleagues from partner human services organizations such as Arizona Community Action Association, Arizona Department of Human Services, and the Valley of the Sun United Way, participated in a panel discussion on poverty and hunger in Arizona, based on a Policy Points Publication co-authored by the Morrison Institute and AAFB, entitled An Empty Table: Second Highest Poverty Rate Means More Arizonans Experiencing Hunger
The panel discussion discussed how Arizona can alleviate hunger now, while developing long term strategies to combat poverty. It was moderated by Dr. Richard Knopf, the human services contributor for Arizona Indicators and director of ASU’s Partnership for Community Development.
Panel Discussion Part One: Introduction of panel discussion purpose, panelists and panelists' opening remarks
Roundtable Part 1 from Molly Agnes on Vimeo.
Panel Discussion Part Two: Audience Q & A with panelists
Round Table Part 2 from Molly Agnes on Vimeo.