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FHL Table Talks

JOIN our latest FHL Table Talk on Facebook! WATCH current FHL Table Talk: Transforming food pantries into places of wonder SIGN UP FOR TABLE TALKS WATCH past FHL Table Talks on YouTube LEARN MORE about FHL Table Talks from our past HUNGER IN EDU series FHL Table Talks: Hunger in EDU FACEBOOKYOUTUBETABLE TALK ARCHIVES

60th FHL Table Talk This Thursday: Love God, Love People, Make Disciples

The 60th FHL TableTalk Live is tomorrow at 11am on our FaceBook page and also on our YouTube Page.  It’s the 5th Year Anniversary of a monthly gathering that started out of our passion to empower food pantries and other community resources. I hope you join us!! Our Guest is Eldon Kibbey, Indiana State Director

Meet Our Table Talk #55 Guest Speakers

Before the FHL Table Talk #55 was aired on Thursday, at 11am, Merlin interviewed each of the guest speakers separately.  Below are their interviews. Indianapolis Joint Leaders’ member, Larry Smith is the Founder & President of Leading Edge Advisory Firm (LEAF LLC), a consultancy that he founded in 2009. Larry is the former Managing Director

Special Announcement: Feb 2020 Table Talk and WFYI

FHL Community Special Announcement The February 13th FHL Community Table Talk will be focused on food insecurity in colleges and universities titled Hunger In Edu. This Table Talk will be hosted and moderated by WFYI. Here are the directions/location:  WFYI’s Studio. Our January 9, 2020 FHL Table Talk will be held at the usual location

What is an FHL Community Table Talk Like?

Our Table Talk topic October 10th was about SNAP – Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and was presented by Indiana211.  A special thank you goes out to Olive Garden for sponsoring our lunch.  The featured speaker was Alexa Hornak of Indiana211.  Lydia Davis, FHL’s  Missional Food Pantry Coordinator was also a featured speaker. The next

You Are Invited to the Next Table Talk: Sept 12

You are invited to the next FHL Table Talk on Thursday, Sept 12th at 1100 W. 42 Street from 11-12:30pm. Monthly Table Talks are aimed to bring the neighborhood food pantries and soup kitchens together (and other community resources) to encourage and be encouraged, to learn from others and to teach others and to bring