Trump campaigned on a promise to help the people who need it most. But now he is threatening one of our most basic rights: to food.
Today we’re launching Thirty Weeks of Action to celebrate our thirty years of service, policy advocacy, community education, and amplifying the voices of people in poverty.
Thirty years after we opened our doors, and in a time of new risk for the people we fight for, it’s time for a new kind of campaign.
A new plan would help struggling Pennsylvanians by making sure our commonwealth is a place of thriving communities and individual opportunity.
Republican efforts are underway in the U.S. House of Representatives to gut the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid. Consider it a Reverse Robin Hood.
Pennsylania’s budget deadline is June 30. Monday is the day to tell our legislators get their priorities straight.
We can’t pay for the government we really need if state lawmakers are unwilling to even pay for the government we have.
Child nutrition programs play a crucial role in the well-being of millions of America’s children, helping them become healthy and happy adults. But they could be helping millions more. How you can seize a once-in-five-years opportunity to make sure they do.
On November 3rd we will have a historic opportunity to elect three people who can help defend economic justice and our democratic rights. Your vote is your voice in this key decision that will affect all Pennsylvanians for years to come.
Pennsylvania’s Department of Human Services has been instructed to issue food stamp benefits for October, but if a federal government shutdown occurs, they will not be redeemable.