Georgia Food Oasis is a collaborative effort of community, organizations, business, funders, etc. to improve fresh and healthy food distribution in under-served neighborhoods. The initiative helps communities develop innovative and affordable ways for residents to discover, taste and learn about food. By working together, neighbors, nonprofits and community leaders can help community members shop smarter, eat healthier and feel better. Through an Eat – Cook – Grow strategy, the Georgia Food Oasis will enhance opportunities for residents to come together to cook up their own food future. In the Fall of 2013, The Atlanta Community Food Bank became the lead partner organization, spearheading a 2-year pilot for Georgia Food Oasis on the Westside of Atlanta. At the 2015 Georgia Organics Conference in Athens, GA, Georgia Organics became the lead partner organization responsible growing Georgia Food Oasis throughout the state while Atlanta Community Food Bank will expand Food Oasis throughout the City of Atlanta. There are currently four Georgia Food Oasis hubs in the state: Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, and coming soon to Northeast Georgia.