The ability to shop online for groceries with food stamps is more than just a convenience. During this pandemic, it’s possibly a matter of life and death.
Blog posts about special events, volunteer opportunities, and how to take action against hunger and poverty.
Before COVID-19, nearly 700 people died every day because of poverty in this country. We must now protect the poor and the workers on the frontlines.
Join us in urging our state officials to swiftly adopt key measures to protect working families and other vulnerable people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Federal policymakers must enact additional measures now to mitigate the far-reaching economic harms arising from the coronavirus pandemic.
This budget would push millions of Americans into or deeper into poverty, making life harder in every way possible for people already on the brink.
Port Authority’s current community engagement sessions may be riders’ only opportunity to influence the agency’s current plans to redesign fare policy.
Every year we help a few thousand low-income families maximize their tax refund thanks to the work of volunteers.
How can a person with a permanent disability but no family, income, or stable home get out of poverty without assistance? They can’t.
The federal public comment period on a rule change to SNAP that would cut access to free school meals has been re-opened. The final day to comment is November 1!
Pres. Trump wants to undercount people’s heating costs to decrease their food stamp benefits. Submit your comment before December 3!