Three Feeding America member food banks share how they have adapted to keep kids well-nourished this summer and their next steps to continue to make sure all children have enough to eat.
Amid growing child hunger, getting nutrition to children this summer matters more than ever.
Research Suggests That Food Insecurity Will Grow in the Face of COVID-19 – But Millions Struggled with Food Insecurity Before the PandemicAmirio Freeman2020-08-17T03:19:32+00:00
To develop effective strategies to reach people at risk of hunger today, and in the future, it is important to understand what hunger looked like prior to the pandemic.
Our mission to end hunger must include taking action on racism. So, non-Black allies, we invite you to join us in recommitting to fighting racial discrimination and violence in all its forms.
In this Q&A blog, Todd Giesen, the Behavioral Health Program Director for the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, describes what the pandemic means for hunger in indigenous communities and opportunities for strengthening Native communities’ access to food during these uncertain times.
Americans across the country are realizing that lawmakers have tremendous influence in shaping policies and proposals that impact whether they’ll be able to put food on the table for their families.
Food banks need more TEFAP support, and they need it quick. Congress and the administration have opportunities to make that happen.
As time goes on, the economic impact of the pandemic on low-income households grows.
From volunteer shortages to declining food donations, food banks are facing challenges that make it clear that we need more than food banks to help feed the nation during and after this crisis.
Three Reasons Lawmakers Should Increase SNAP Benefits During the Coronavirus Crisis and Its AftermathAmirio Freeman2020-08-17T02:49:26+00:00
In upcoming COVID-19 relief legislation, our lawmakers have an important opportunity to increase SNAP benefits by 15 percent, a move that would make our nation’s largest anti-hunger program more powerful during these unsure times.