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  • Toolkit

    Children under 6 are now eligible for Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT). Explore this toolkit to learn more about who qualifies and how you can spread the word!

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  • Toolkit

    FRAC has developed a communications toolkit to help you spread the word and make the most of the expanded CACFP benefits. The toolkit includes customizable social media graphics and captions, flyers, fact sheets, and email update templates. It also includes links where you can find potentially eligible shelters in your area to connect with.

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  • Guide

    This resource looks at how schools can play an important role in connecting families with SNAP, possible partnerships for SNAP outreach, SNAP outreach strategies for schools to implement, and spotlights on how a few states are conducting SNAP outreach efforts in schools.

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  • Report

    The School Nutrition Programs are vital tools for combating childhood hunger, improving children’s health, and supporting academic achievement. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the critical role of school meals in alleviating childhood food insecurity while also demonstrating the value of offering school meals at no charge to all students. In order to overcome the educational, health, and economic impacts of the pandemic on children and families, and the financial challenges created by the pandemic for school nutrition departments, Healthy School Meals for All should remain the new normal for all schools across the country. This brief provides a case for why.

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Hunger & Health
The Role of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in Improving Health and Well-Being
SNAP’s role in improving health is crucially important, given the high rates of food insecurity, obesity, and diet-related chronic disease in the nation. Furthermore, leading scholars, economists, and health professionals recognize SNAP’s impacts on health and well-being.