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.

Tornado damage
Thursday, May 18 2017
The Feeding America network is delivering food and groceries to communities from Texas to Wisconsin impacted by tornadoes and flooding.
Friday, Nov 22 2013
If it is this hard for me to sit down and focus for 30 minutes before lunch what would I do if I knew there was no lunch coming? During my two years in Missouri I have set a lot of goals for myself. I want answers to these questions, reasons for the actions being taken, and most importantly I want to make sure that no kid in our 16 counties has to feel those hunger pains on a regular bases again.
Friday, Nov 8 2013
Sikeston, Missouri is the farthest north cotton grows, the home of the throwed rolls, the beginning of southern hospitality, and my new home. Moving to a new place is always a culture shock. You ask for a pop and they say soda. The people can dress differently, think differently, eat catfish spaghetti, and get dirty in their supped-up monster truck on purpose. Diversity exists in everything we do. This is especially true when you are looking to solve a problem.
Wednesday, Jul 10 2013
Tuesday morning, July 9, House Majority Leader Cantor informed the Republican Conference that they will proceed with consideration of the Farm Bill as two separate vehicles—Feeding America opposes these efforts, as splitting the bill into two parts would would likely result in deeper cuts to SNAP.This week our blog highlights just a few stories from families and individuals who rely on SNAP. Watch Jim's story today >>
 

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