On Friday, December 13th, the Food Research and Action Center’s office moved to 1200 18th Street NW, Suite 400, Washington, D.C., 20036. Our phone number remains the same.
This decrease in food benefits will have devastating impacts on the nutrition and health of millions of households, including children, veterans, seniors, people with disabilities, unemployed workers and workers not earning a decent wage. More...
...to voice your support of SNAP as Farm Bill negotiations resume:
• Breakfast - CEO and Eliminating Applications
Save the Date: 2014 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference
March 2-4, Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.
December 16, 2013: SNAP Caseloads Decrease from August to September 2013
November 14, 2013: FRAC/NAESP Joint Report: Principals Embracing Breakfast in the Classroom
October 18, 2013: Honoring Tom Foley
October 1, 2013: Impact of Government Shutdown on the Federal Nutrition Programs
September 19, 2013: Statement on Passage of $40 Billion SNAP Cut in House
September 18, 2013: One in Four Households with Children Report Inability to Afford Enough Food
September 17, 2013: FRAC Statement: Poverty Data Underscore New Economic Reality
September 4, 2013: One in Six Americans Living in Households that Struggle Against Hunger