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Food Research & Action Center is an excellent resource. Be sure to check their National and State Program Data which provides reports on hunger, poverty, and federal nutrition programs on both a state and national level.
Wisconsin Department of Health Services has a number of relevant resources. Their Feeding Assistant Program list, FoodShare Wisconsin page, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity resources, and ForwardHealth > Nutrition Programs list are all excellent resources to supplement your research.
Feeding America is a nationwide network of food banks.
Meals on Wheels Association of America is a nationwide network of over 5,000 local programs that each strive to help seniors live healthy lives.
Bread of the World is a Christian organization that advocates action on a personal and policy level to end hunger. Their site has a number of excellent resources on the causes and possible solutions to hunger.
Wisconsin State Law Library: Food & Nutrition Programs Directory - a good starting point for information on agencies, food stamp programs, and relevant statutes, regulations, and opinions.