Insights on solutions and contributors to hunger, and the lives of Americans in need from Feeding America and network food bank staff and guest contributors.

The response to the recent flooding in Louisiana.
Thursday, Aug 25 2016
The recent flooding in Louisiana affected food banks in the area and their ability to serve their communities.
Wednesday, Aug 24 2016
I’m constantly astounded and saddened by the staggering statistics that tell us how access to fruits and vegetables is difficult for so many Americans. And how 1 in 5 kids struggles with hunger.
Flooding in Baton Rouge affected the food bank
Wednesday, Aug 17 2016
Feeding America is working to mobilize pre-positioned relief supplies and other product to flooding victims in Louisiana.
Feeding America employee Jordan Vernoy volunteering.
Monday, Aug 15 2016
"Even after working in hunger relief for nearly 10 years, I still need reminders of the true face of the people we serve, and a recent trip to the Atlanta Community Food Bank provided just that."
A meal at a summer program site.
Monday, Aug 8 2016
"I had the pleasure of visiting both a summer program at Cornerstone Park serving parents and children meals as well as a BackPack distribution at Boys & Girls Club of Elgin, Illinois. "
Children at a meal program
Tuesday, Jul 12 2016
"With support from the PwC Charitable Foundation, our food bank aims to permanently expand our Kids Cafe program to reach an additional 200 children in need."
Feeding America staff volunteers across the Chicagoland area.
Wednesday, Jun 22 2016
The annual Day of Impact, when Feeding America staff take the opportunity to volunteer in the community and interact with the people we serve.
A food pantry in Myrtle Beach serves people in need.
Tuesday, Jun 14 2016
What do you think of when you picture the beach? Hunger? It’s jarring, isn’t it? Those two images just don’t match up. We don’t want to associate vacation spots with uncomfortable issues like hunger and poverty.
Volunteers at a mobile food pantry.
Thursday, Jun 9 2016
On a sunny Thursday in May, the twin Michigan cities of St. Joseph and Benton Harbor are hosting two very different events. A golf event at the new course in Benton Harbor, and a mobile pantry in St. Joseph.
A child drinking milk
Tuesday, Jun 7 2016
There are public programs in place to help feed children during the summer, but according to USDA, these programs are only reaching 3 million of the 22 million children who receive free or reduced-price lunch during the school year.
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