Twitter erupted recently over a tactless joke Pres. Trump’s Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos made about there being no free lunches. Here’s what has to happen next.
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.
Just Harvest is looking for an Associate VISTA member to work with us this summer! We are seeking a dedicated and self-motivated individual to work for 8 weeks on summer food service.
Join us in celebrating National School Lunch Week 2014 and the benefits of the largest federal child nutrition program. Here are 3 easy, important, and yummy things you can do to take part.
Access to school meals is linked to greater academic performance and cognitive development. Help make sure all Allegheny County children get the nutrition they need in school.
Members of Congress are prioritizing profits over healthy school meals, and for the first time in history are letting lobbyists tamper with one of the nation’s key child nutrition programs.
Today, courtesy of Share Our Strength, we have a fantastic infographic on childhood hunger. It tells you everything you need to know about how we’re failing our nation’s low-income children – kids who are suffering through no fault of their own the outcomes of hunger.
A new federal program is making it easier for schools in high poverty areas to enroll their students in free breakfast and lunch. If you’re a parent, teacher, school official, or concerned citizen, read on.
Today is the last day of classes for Pittsburgh Public Schools. For too many of these children and others throughout Allegheny County, summer break just means less food.