Wednesday, November 7, 12:30 p.m. - Friday, November 9, 12:30 p.m.
This fall, THI will host its seventh, Together at the Table Hunger & Poverty Summit. The summit brings together 400-500 people from across the country and from different sectors for three days of focused learning on Baylor’s campus. Through plenary sessions and more than 50 different breakout sessions, attendees will learn about the latest developments in public policy, effective community organizing strategies, and cutting-edge research. We hope you’ll join us to learn about innovative practices, hear from different perspectives, and connect with others working to find solutions to hunger and poverty.
Registration closes October 5, so make sure to reserve your spot today!
Agenda and speaker information coming soon! Check back here for updates.
We have reserved a limited number of rooms at the Courtyard Waco. Book your room before October 7 and get the group rate. You can get more information and make a reservation at Courtyard's THI group rate page.
Food for Good was launched in 2009 by a small group of enterprising PepsiCo employees who wanted to make a meaningful impact in their communities. They saw an opportunity to use PepsiCo's logistical expertise and technological know-how to serve children in low-income communities who didn't have access to nutritious breakfasts, lunches, and snacks.
Food for Good's objective is simple - they aim to make nutritious food more physically and financially accessible for low-income families. With the development of new products and technologies, Food for Good has continued to be an innovation incubator for PepsiCo's affordable nutrition portfolio.
As part of PepsiCo’s guiding vision, Performance with Purpose (PwP), Food for Good continues to support the goals of PepsiCo’s 2025 Sustainability Agenda to provide access to at least 3 billion servings of nutritious food and beverages to underserved communities and consumers.
Together with a wide network of partners, Food for Good utilizes PepsiCo’s expertise in taste, nutrition and distribution to deliver 80 million nutritious servings to low-income families since the program’s inception in 2009. The impact of Food for Good can be felt across the United States, as the program has grown to serve 19 cities and 10 states while creating more than 160 jobs.