Data Tables

Understand food insecurity in communities around the Southeast United States. Review fact sheets and data tables compiled by our member institutions.

Hunger Data

Southeastern US

The 2012 North Carolina Super Summer Meals Pilot program sought to increase the percentage of eligible children receiving federally funded summer meals by 10 percent in eleven pilot public school districts (known as local education agencies, or LEAs) and by 2 percent for all LEAs statewide. The program exceeded its goals, showing dramatic increases in meal sites established and meals served....

Post date: Jul 18, 2014

Millions of Americans turn to Food Stamps, soup kitchens and other hunger relief services to feed themselves and their families. Contrary to common perception, many of these families are working and yet their incomes are still insufficient to meet their basic needs. According to a recent two-year survey of over 2,000 clients at the largest food pantry in Northeast Iowa, 25 percent of people...

Post date: Dec 2, 2013

Understanding the characteristics of people needing services is key to designing effective anti- poverty programs. Using time-series data from client files at participating non-profit food pantries, we created profiles of over 500 individuals accessing private, non-profit food assistance from 2005-2008, representing almost 3,966 separate visits. One of the central factors we are considering...

Post date: Dec 2, 2013


Feeding America is a network of more than 200 member food banks that support 61,000 food assistance agencies, such as food pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters and food service programs.