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Kim Doyle Wille
I'm an advocate and activist on behalf of the unemployed, hungry, homeless, etc. and am a former restaurant owner/manager and caterer in the Aspen area. I'm also a trained 11 year mediator in Restorative Justice and a 14 year veteran volunteer firefighter. My skills and passions lie in helping others, creating solutions and doing photography. During the entirety of my careers, I've worked simultaneously volunteering and/or creating non-profits.

When the Great Recession took hold, I began my Hunger Issues & Solutions tours to give the disenfranchised a voice but have come to focus on Great Ideas That Work. I'm on a mission to empower and help communities learn from each other to solve our common but critical issues and to apply pressure on our news media to focus their lenses on solutions and positive journalism/broadcasting. (I'm currently learning HTML so I can finish building my websites, FeedTheUS & GreatIdeasThatWork.)

Entries by Kim Doyle Wille

A 46th Pillsbury Bake-Off® Winner Urges Congress to Protect and Enhance SNAP (Food Stamps)

(7) Comments | Posted November 22, 2013 | 1:56 PM

Last Monday, November 12th, I was honored to compete in the 46th Pillsbury Bake-Off® contest (PBO), where I was named the winner of the Jif® (peanut butter) Innovation Award and $5000 for my Thai Shrimp Pizza. This was an extraordinary experience and the dream of a...

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Get Involved in Telling Congress: Don't Cut $20 Billion From SNAP!

(4) Comments | Posted May 17, 2013 | 12:14 PM

I'm a hunger-fighter, seeing the escalation in need and here to ring the bell and call for all hands on deck!

As reported in The Huffington Post, the House Ag Committee voted to cut SNAP (formerly known as food stamps), by $20 billion over the next five years...

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School's Almost out, and 18 million Children Won't Know Where Their Next Meal Comes From

(11) Comments | Posted May 3, 2012 | 2:00 PM

Last Thanksgiving, I spent two days documenting hunger at three food pantries. At the first pantry, children in sweaters sweetly asked volunteers if they knew where they could get a coat as a blizzard raged outside. Parents were tearfully pleading for clothing ideas and toy sources for the upcoming holidays.

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