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Introducing our 2020 – 2023 Strategy

How do you build a strategic plan within an evolving landscape? In recent years, the higher education basic needs movement has been gaining traction unlike ever before. Not only is there growing data to support our efforts, but legislators, corporations, and even the federal government have acknowledged how food insecurity is a barrier to student success.

This growing momentum has tasked us with ensuring our strategic plan is adaptive to the environment.

From 2017 – 2019, we focused on growing our campus network, creating a foundation for organizational sustainability, and increasing awareness of the issue.

Moving forward, we are focusing our efforts in the following ways:

– We will deepen the impact we have on our network of existing and new college campuses
– We will build sustainable infrastructure within our organization so we can continue to be a resource and guide to our partners on the ground and nationally
– We will increase our influence so students’ basic needs are advocated for, funded, and supported by legislation and business partners

This work cannot be done alone: we rely upon our dedicated students and campus administration, committed corporations, and esteemed peers to move this work forward.

We are always looking for advisors, board members, and funders to join our movement and advance our mission of ending college student hunger. Reach out to Rachel@SwipeHunger.org to be part of this exciting moment!

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