This work is accomplished through the Full Plates Full Potential (FPFP) network, made up of non-profits, private citizens, government officials, business leaders, civic organizations, chefs, and others providing innovative hunger solutions in their communities. These partners work together, implementing proven best practices from around the state that remove the barriers that keep kids from healthy food. The FPFP Network brings together organizations that each play a role in our ability to reach children with the meals they need to thrive where they live, learn and play. Each has a strategy that delivers nutritious food to the child wherever they are in order to remove barriers that keep them from accessing the available meals. Barriers like funds, stigma, time, and transportation.