US hunger

Advocates are trying to get more families involved in available safety net programs.
The issue is far from over, but a new report found that hunger in America has at least dropped below pre-recession levels
We are caught in a frustrating and seemingly inescapable loop where hunger and obesity seem to go hand in hand affecting the same population. This is a true curse -- the "food curse!"
We need a Farm Bill that fights hunger in America and preserves the food stamp (SNAP) program. There are millions of Americans struggling because of unemployment and low wages. Yet, SNAP cuts took effect November 1st and more might be on the way.
Many Americans think hunger is an issue that affects "someone else." It does not affect anyone other than the homeless or the extremely poor. The truth is over 50 million people in the United States quietly struggle with hunger. As a child, I was one of those people.
Okay, how about we compromise? I'll still throw out some disturbing statistics about the welfare of American children, but I'll punctuate them with some sweet ass alley-ooping pool dunks! Gooooooooo TEAM!
While war is an obvious condition for food insecurity, what we have now in the U.S. seems unfathomable. For many children, parents and so many others, hunger is an ever-present reality.
Fifty million Americans—including one out of every four kids—don't know where their next meal is coming from. That's equivalent
There are more than 50 million Americans who are at risk of hunger in our country. For many people, that number is hard to grasp, hard to put in perspective. Fortunately, hunger is a problem that we can solve.
High unemployment and slow growth since the deep 2008-2009 recession has driven enrollment in food stamps, the major U.S
Heartland Alliance Heartland Alliance is fighting homelessness and poverty in the United States through housing and health
Both sides are convinced that poverty-related discussion will scare away middle-class voters, ignoring the reality that tens of millions of Americans, formerly solidly middle-class, teeter on the edge of poverty and hunger themselves.
Each year, the National Association of Letter Carriers' Stamp Out Hunger campaign rallies Americans for a massive one-day
At the age of five, Phoebe set her sights on raising $1,000 for a local food bank by collecting cans and redeeming them for