A new survey finds that Americans believe that hunger is a serious problem in the U.S. and that government, more than individuals or communities, must play a key role in helping solve it. The survey, commissioned by FRAC and Tyson Foods, Inc., found that 45 percent of Americans say that hunger in the U.S. is a “serious problem.” More...
FRAC and AARP Foundation are taking a step forward in preventing food insecurity by publishing a digital toolkit that provides best practices for connecting older adults to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). The toolkit, “Combating Food Insecurity: Tools for Helping Older Americans Access SNAP,” offers practical tips and examples to help organizations of all sizes address food insecurity in all types of communities. The goal is to increase senior SNAP participation. More...
Ask Congress Members to cosponsor the Summer Meals Act, which expands SFSP access, and simplifies program administration for sponsors. More...
Elected Officials and Summer Nutrition Programs
Program Goals for Summer 2015
Increasing Teen School Breakfast Participation Through Principal Engagement
Grow and Sustain your Afterschool Meal Program
Engaging Parents and Teens
USDA/FRAC Coffee Chat
School Breakfast For Kids
2015 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference
March 1-3, Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Follow us: Pinterest
September 16, 2014: FRAC Statement: New Poverty Data Underscores Ongoing Struggle for Many Americans
September 3, 2014: One in Seven Americans in Households Struggling Against Hunger
August 20, 2014: Infographic: Breakfast in the Classroom