In the News:

 

TEDx with the Executive Director of HCSI.

The United States throws away unbelievable amounts of food each year- and much of it never even reaches a dinner table. Our Executive Director, Katie Plohocky, shares the story of how she started saving perfectly good food from this fate, and gives us insight on how we can do the same.

March 2019

“I’ve watched our tenants change the way they eat. From the TV dinners, to buying more fruits and vegetables.”

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July 2018

“If our trailer broke down, and we couldn’t get to our 19 stops every week, that would be like 19 neighborhood stores going out of business all at the same time. Suddenly, 19 different communities in our city would not have easy access to healthy foods.”

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August 2018

“A new set of wheels is providing fresh produce for areas that need it most…The nonprofit travels to food deserts in the Tulsa area offering healthy and fresh produce choices. R&G have served over 50,000 customers since it started 5 years ago”

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March 2019

“Residents of Pythian Manor are working with a local nonprofit to turn the east Tulsa retirement community into a food desert oasis.”

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June 2016

“It’s no secret that Tulsa has a fresh-food problem. While Brookside residents have four full-service grocery stores to choose from, Tulsans in other areas can more easily get their hands on a gun than they can a fresh apple. This doesn’t sit well with Katie Plohocky and she’s made it her life’s work to get at the root of the issue..”

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