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Dec 21, 2018Diane GirouardRemember This December: Hunger is Solvable With School BreakfastDuring the holidays and all year long, millions of individuals and families who struggle against hunger are able to access healthy food with support from the federal nutrition programs. To celebrate the nation’s nutrition safety net, FRAC is releasing a seven-part “Remember This December” series that will highlight the impact of seven important federal nutrition programs.
This is the sixth installment of the series, which focuses on school breakfast. Read the previous installment on the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
Dec 20, 2018FRACThe USDA Has Proposed a SNAP Rule That Would Increase Hunger and Poverty. What’re Next Steps for Anti-Hunger Advocates?On the heels of the President signing the 2018 Farm Bill that protects the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) from cuts proposed by the House, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) today proposed a SNAP rule that would reverse one of Congress’ key decisions and leave thousands of Americans ineligible for SNAP.  The rule would limit states’ ability to waive time limits applied to some adults without dependents in areas with insufficient jobs, reducing access to nutrition assistance for people unable to find adequate hours of work.
All BlogsRecent Publications amp; DataSee More ResourcesFact SheetSix Steps to Engage Hospitals on Summer FoodDownload this document which features these six steps to help engage hospitals on summer meals: 1. Check out a Hospital’s Community Needs Assessment; 2. Contact the Hospital to Discuss Summer Meals; 3. Be a Voice in the Hospital’s Planning; 4. Host a Community Forum; 5. Connect a Hospital with an existing Sponsor and/or Site;
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pFind out moreDownloadReportHospitals and Summer FoodHospitals across the United States are helping fill the nutrition gap during the summer by offering meals to children through the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), which provides federal funding for meals and snacks served to low-income children 18 years old and younger when school is not in session. By participating in SFSP, hospitals have an opportunity to help improve child health and combat child hunger.
pRead the reportDownloadReportCommunity Eligibility: Making it Work With Lower ISPsCommunity eligibility has become a popular option among eligible schools due to the many benefits it brings to the school nutrition program and the entire school community. In the 2016–2017 school year, more
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pRead the reportDownloadReportDirect Certification Improves Low-Income Student Access to School Meals: An Updated Guide to Direct CertificationDirect certification, an electronic datamatching process, is an important tool for ensuring that low-income children receive free breakfast and lunch without barriers.
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