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The land produces enough food for every person on earth to have enough food to eat, but tragically according to the USDA an estimated:

44 million Americans (1 in 7) did not have enough food to eat in 2022 – 10 million more compared to 2021
13 million children (1 in 5) experienced food insecurity in 2022 – 4 million more compared to 2021

Over 5 million senior citizens were food insecure in 2021

According to the United Nations, the number of undernourished people in the world increased to 828 million in 2022  



Land of Promise is a 501(c)3 located in Atlanta, GA.  The mission of Land of Promise is to bring awareness, inspire hope and develop programs to address food inequities in Greater Atlanta.


We collaborate with a community’s most valuable assets its residents, churches, businesses, schools, government, non-profits organizations and corporations. The entire community becomes more informed and better when all work together.

We advocate for our clients by understanding their needs and caring for their welfare.


We believe in returning the promises of the fruitful land to all people, especially the ones that are in need.

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Land of Promise 2018 Annual Report

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United Way of Greater Atlanta Impacting the Community

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Tysheonia Edwards, Robyn Williams, Mr. Moses, (Metro Atlanta Urban Farm Manager) Veronica Mount, Santrece Harris, Kevin Eccles

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Our Children are Special

October 30, 2018

In order to accomplish our goals, Land of Promise (LOP) has written documents called a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)/Agreement (MOA). These documents describe a cooperative relationship between two parties wishing to work together to meet an agreed upon goal. The parties that Land of Promise deals with are the schools, the food banks, the parents and the children. However, when your clients are children this becomes a Promise,....

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