FRAC's School Breakfast Scorecard found that more than 10.8 million children received a free or reduced-price breakfast on the average school day during the 2012-2013 school year, an increase of nearly 311,000 children from the previous year. More...
Thank your Members of Congress who opposed and spoke out against the SNAP cuts. Keep sharing the Tom Colicchio video. Visit whogoeshungry.org to watch the video calling attention to how millions of vulnerable Americans will be hungrier as a result of SNAP cuts. More...
• Breakfast - Stakeholder Engagement
• IN SPANISH - Child Nutrition Programs
2014 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference
March 2-4, Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.
February 28, 2014: A Good Week for Children’s Nutrition and Health: Five Things You Should Know
February 15, 2014: SNAP Caseloads Decrease in November 2013
New from FRAC-- School Breakfast: Reaching More Children, Making Breakfast Better (pdf), the first in the Child Nutrition Reauthorization Issue Brief series
February 5, 2014: McGovern Highlights Importance of Breakfast in Latest End Hunger Speech
February 4, 2014: FRAC Statement: Farm Bill Means Less Food for Struggling Households