ICNA Relief’s Ramadan Food Box initiative is responding to food insecurity across the nation through providing culturally significant options during the month of Ramadan.
Latin America’s Food Paradox
Nearly 268 million Latin Americans are feeling the effects of food insecurity, with many millions more likely to join their ranks in the coming months.
Food Recovery from Super Bowl Tailgating Offers a Model to Address Hunger
Surplus food from a celebrity tailgate party will be donated to a local nonprofit. What if this happened at all major events?
In the Face of Setbacks, the Anti-Hunger Movement Presses On
“I believe that no one wants children to go hungry. Nobody wants families to go hungry,” says Rev. Eugene Cho. “Nobody wants farmers in urban and rural contexts to go hungry.”
Reforming SNAP Can Help Increase Food Access for People with Disabilities
People with disabilities face higher levels of food insecurity, but reforms to SNAP can help increase access to nutritious food.
Congress Passes the Food Donation Improvement Act
The Food Donation Improvement Act will make it easier for food businesses to donate healthy, safe surplus food to those in need.
The U.N. Food Systems Summit One Year On: Is it Just a Paper Tiger?
On the first anniversary of the U.N. Food Systems Summit, it’s important to ask: Was it all talk and no action? Can the beautiful food system transformation plans come to life?
Massachusetts Guarantees Free School Meals for 2022-2023 School Year
Thanks to the extension, 400,000 students will continue to have access to free school meals.
Mutual Aid Organizations Help Community Heal After Hate Attack
Mutual aid organizations work to ensure residents on the East Side of Buffalo affected by the mass shooting continue to receive nutritious food and necessities.