Indianapolis Community Food Access Coalition (ICFAC)
ICFAC represents the next chapter of the Indy Food Council. Under Ordinance 337 by the City of Indianapolis, the creation of this coalition recognized the need for a public forum for Indy residents and other food system allies. This provides an opportunity for all to create better food policies for Indy. Learn more!
The Beet Newsletter
The Beet aims to be an inclusive platform for all individuals and organizations within Indy's food system. Every month will focus on various sectors (gardens, markets, etc.) of Indy's food system in order to provide a holistic overview each month. Subscribe to The Beet newsletter.
Seed to Store
A farm to store pilot program that fosters connections between local minority-led urban farms and community gardens, and food enterprises. Meet the growers and grocers.
Good Food for All
The Good Food for All Program is a food equity-driven pilot initiative that addresses food insecurity in low income areas in Indianapolis & Marion County. Learn more about this initiative.
Indy Local Grocers Coalition
The Indy Local Grocers Coalition is a supportive network of diverse individuals that are united to create change within the Indianapolis local grocery industry. The ILGC aims to increase food access and food distribution of fresh produce in Marion County regardless of geographic barriers. We believe that collective power is essential to overcoming food insecurity in our city. Learn more!
Indy Agriculture Map
Click here to explore Indianapolis' market farms, community gardens, school gardens, education or donation farms and gardens.
Neighborhood Food Champions
Since its creation in 2017, the Neighborhood Food Champions program continues to support empowered community residents working to address food access in their neighborhoods. Each “Champion” receives comprehensive training and mentorship, to develop a sustainable community project, as well as a project award. Learn more about this neighborhood-based food initiative.
LYft indy grocery access program
The Lyft Indy Grocery Access Program is a partnership between the City of Indianapolis and Lyft. This initiative provides Indy residents in need of discounted Lyft rides to and from participating local grocery stores. Eligible participants receive $1 rides. For more information on this program, click here!
The Community Compass app was created by the Indy Hunger Network, with support from the City of Indianapolis. It is a free, easy, and accessible tool to show people where they can find food assistance in Indiana. *Available on desktop, Apple, and Android devices. To access the app, click here!