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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A new Trump proposal would hugely increase hunger by kicking millions of Americans off food stamps and by making it harder to get nutrition assistance.
It’s National School Lunch Week – the perfect time to help schools feed low-income children. Take action to protect federal funding!
A new House budget plan makes drastic cuts to our nation’s key anti-poverty and anti-hunger programs so that they can give more tax cuts to the wealthy.
No, House Speaker Paul Ryan – getting a free lunch doesn’t mean no one cares for you. It means that everyone does.
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.
We are happy to now have on board six dedicated individuals with strong backgrounds in research and service who are bringing a burst of new energy to our efforts.
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.
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.