In the Spotlight
COVID-19 Dramatically Deepening America’s Hunger Crisis
Between 26–29 million adults living in the United States reported that members of their households sometimes or often did not have enough to eat during the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic. A new FRAC report underscores how the struggle to put food on the table would be far worse if not for federal nutrition programs.
Not Enough to Eat
Who Doesn’t Have Enough to Eat? Our new report provides a description of who didn’t have enough to eat.
Expanding Access to Summer Meals: A Look at FRAC’s Annual Summer Nutrition ReportDig into the research and see how your state is doing by reading the full summer nutrition and summer breakfast reports.
COVID-19 Has Heightened the Threat of Child Hunger, While Efforts to Prevent It Have Fallen ShortAs the coronavirus pandemic stretches on, millions of U.S. children are facing a summer marked by the threat of chronic hunger.