At the Arkansas Foodbank, we understand that healthy bodies and minds require nutritious meals at every age. However, 1 in 5 Arkansans face inconsistent access to adequate amounts of nutritious food needed to live healthy, active lives.

The county-level analysis that is part of Map the Meal Gap indicates that counties with the highest rates of food insecurity also have a higher prevalence of diabetes, obesity and persons with a form of disability.

As part of the Arkansas Foodbank’s commitment to Partnership for Healthier America to increase the demand for healthier foods, we offer our member agencies and clients a variety of nutrition education resources.

          

 

                  

 


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Intern and Volunteer Opportunities

We support and educate future and current public health and nutrition professionals through partnerships with local universities, hospitals, and organizations. Nutrition volunteers assist with nutrition education and program development and evaluation.

For more information on volunteer opportunities available with the Nutrition Education Program contact our Nutritionist, Lauren Allbritton 501.569.4327