Twitter erupted recently over a tactless joke Pres. Trump’s Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos made about they’re being no free lunches. Here’s what has to happen next.
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Samantha is new to Pittsburgh but she has already plugged into important work on key issues: hunger and its connection to poverty, farming, climate change, and health.
No, House Speaker Paul Ryan – getting a free lunch doesn’t mean no one cares for you. It means that everyone does.
For Bonnie, who works at a public library, buying fresh food for herself and her son hasn’t always been easy. But then she heard about Fresh Access, and her life changed.
Donating food helps the hungry. But the best way to end hunger is to stop it before it starts.
Former school food worker Stacy Koltiska, Hunger Free America’s Joel Berg, and our Ken Regal are calling on Congress to make free school meals available for all children.
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.
Summer meals are a lifeline for hungry children when school is out. But federal funding for these programs is set to expire September 30. Take five minutes to be part of a national effort to protect it.
Just Harvest has been proud to work for more than 20 years to advocate for this important community resource. GrubUp is truly a ‘next generation approach’ to enabling the next generation of Pittsburghers to grow up without hunger.
Congress has taken its first official steps to advance a GOP-sponsored budget, which, if passed, would be disastrous for low- and middle-income Pennsylvanians.