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!
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On Nov. 6, voters in Allegheny County can vote on whether to amend the county’s Home Rule Charter to create a Children’s Fund.
Despite an improving economy, 13.3% of Pa. households reported that they struggled to buy enough food during 2016–2017, according to a new report.
It’s National School Lunch Week – the perfect time to help schools feed low-income children. Take action to protect federal funding!
Many children don’t get even one nutritious meal a day when school is out. Here’s what you can do to make sure kids near you get healthy food this summer.
How did we go from almost ending hunger in America to having almost 42 million Americans lacking enough food? Because we were sold a myth.
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.
Consol Energy Center could be filled to capacity more than eight times over with the number of people facing hunger in Allegheny County. Here’s what we can do about it.
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.
How is it that food stamp numbers continue to rise, yet only one in six low-income children participates in the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) to receive free meals throughout the summer? According to a recent FRAC report, it is harder to reach our children in the summer months, and Congressional measures over the years […]