2020 Event
Register Today for the 2020 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference
Join 1,200+ of your fellow anti-hunger advocates in Washington, D.C., March 1-3, 2020, for two days of “can’t miss” networking opportunities, content-rich sessions, interactive training, and the National CACFP Leadership track, followed by a day on Capitol Hill. You’ll go home with an arsenal of best practices, innovative advocacy methods, and personal connections to help you better fight hunger in your community, your state, and at the national level.
Latest Report
Unpaid School Meal Fees: A Review of 50 Districts' Policies in 2019
Our new report highlights the need for a national approach to end school meals debt, and provides a roadmap for Congress to develop effective policy.

FRAC Chat

Dec 06, 2019
Etienne Melcher Philbin

During the holidays and all year long, millions of individuals and families who struggle against hunger are able to access healthy food with support from the federal nutrition programs. To celebrate the nation’s nutrition safety net, FRAC is releasing a seven-part “Remember This December” series that will highlight the impact of seven important federal nutrition programs.

This is the second installment of the series, which focuses on school lunch. Read the previous installment on afterschool meals.

Dec 03, 2019
Clarissa Hayes

During the holidays and all year long, millions of individuals and families who struggle against hunger are able to access healthy food with support from the federal nutrition programs. To celebrate the nation’s nutrition safety net, FRAC has created a seven-part “Remember This December” series that will highlight the impact of seven important federal nutrition programs.

This is the first installment of the series, which focuses on afterschool meals.

Nov 22, 2019
FRAC

There are a variety of reasons for school meals debt, including a change in household income status, a misunderstanding of school meals procedures, or simply forgetting to refill the account. Whatever the case may be, however, school districts should ensure that communication about the debt is held with the parent or guardian — not the student. The bottom line is that there are solutions to resolve school meals debt without embarrassing children.

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