BENEFITING: MEMORY TREES CORPORATION
The Hunger Activism Template (THAT) Solutions should be modular and adaptive to stay efficient regardless of time. That why Memory Trees has created THAT. This template is utilized first by analyzing the underlying causes of a low-income community's poverty and hunger issues using community-specific research and data to find the right solutions for that community. Memory Trees looks into ten different areas of social and ecomonic standards: 1. Access to education. 2. Sustainable food. 3. Urban farming. 4. Access to credit. 5. Food donations. 6. Transitioning to self-sufficiency. 7. Birth control. 8. Empowerment of women. 9. Social change. 10. Government intervention. Memory Trees expects that by using these ten factors as a guideline for a socio-economical change, that we will be able to give people in low-income areas and USDA Food Deserts the tools and knowledge they need to lift themselves out of poverty and hopefully stay out.