Amy Weisbrod

Executive Director Born and raised in Stark County, Amy has been working in the non-profit sector her entire professional career. She studied Criminal Justice and Sociology at the University of Dayton, after which she began to work with adjudicated juveniles. From there, she started a local chapter of a national foundation, and then became SCHTF’s…


Ralph Norton

Assistant Director and Pantry Director Ralph Norton brings more than 12 years of experience in non-profit marketing and communication to his role as assistant director of the Stark County Hunger Task Force, including nine years as public relations director of a 312-bed Pennsylvania hospital. In addition to his position as assistant director, he serves as…


Sara Dieringer

Executive Administrative Assistant Sara Dieringer is a Stark County native and Canton McKinley graduate. As an alumna of Smith College she received her B.A. in History in 2013. Both her degree and experiences fostered her desire to work in the social services and non-profit sector. While living and studying in Manchester, England, Sara was involved with…



Participating in one of our fundraisers are great way to help out the community, build camaraderie, or even complete a service project. We’re always interested in opportunities to partner with individuals and organizations to develop fundraisers. How will you help expand the fight against hunger in Stark County?



  Volunteers are the lifeblood of our organization, and we rely on the service of community members like you to fight hunger. If you want to make a difference, there are many of opportunities for you to serve with the SCHTF. What are you waiting for? Find your niche and take volunteer action today.  …



The Stark County Hunger Task Force needs YOUR help to fight hunger! Monetary contributions, as well as food donations, enable us to put a free, 3-5 day supply of much-needed emergency groceries into the hands of those who need it most. Donors like you make all the difference.    Your donation will put food on the table…