food banks

- Washington, D.C.: (202) 399-7093 or 311. You can also email uposh@upo.org. - Chicago, IL: 311 If there's a number I'm forgetting
Can I tell you a secret? I've used a food bank. I was a single working mom. My daughter was young and I was struggling to make ends meet.
Despite financial and administrative hurdles, growing attention is paid to good nutrition for students of all ages, starting
This Grandma not only cares about her own, but also 300 other kids! Students who rely on free lunches during the school year sometimes run out of luck when school's out. 74-year-old Phyllis Shaughnessy was determined to bridge this gap.
They had so many questions: how heavy is a bucket of water, how far is 12 miles, and how does it feel to walk that far carrying
Incongruous Dual Problems Best practices can be shared among gleaning organizations to help each other mitigate food insecurity
What if I told you that the most valuable asset you could bring to the fight against hunger in America is your voice?
“I’m hoping we won’t be so willing to label people in need as other.”
“Nobody should go to bed hungry. It’s not OK.”
Food producers and distributors have to compost or donate any unsold goods.