Hunger in the News

February 19, 2016
by Dan Michel

A Hidden Cost to Giving Kids Their Vegetables | New York Times

Caitlin Daniel writes an interesting take on the whole debate about getting kids healthy food - that nobody takes into account that children from all economic levels are inherently picky eaters. Sometimes teaching your children to eat healthy leads to food waste that some families do not have to luxury to afford.

More about the issue of general kids eating habits >>


Feeding America's Pledge-Too Volunteer Event At All Souls Soup Kitchen | People Magazine

Feeding America has wonderful partnerships with our Entertainment Council representing many different areas of pop culture. It is wonderful to see them get involved with hunger and especially with first-hand experience like volunteering. See Rocco DiSpirito and Karolina Kurokova volunteering at an event in NYC. You can get involved volunteering locally like Rocco and Karolina in many different ways.

See a photo from the event >>


Feeding America CEO: Hunger just one challenge facing those relying on food banks | Winston-Salem Journal

Our new CEO, Diana Aviv is taking her first few months to learn more about hunger in different areas of the country. Recently, she sat down with a report in North Carolina during a visit to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina.

Read about Diana's reflections during her visit >>


Hunger in the News is a weekly summary of news articles that elevate the conversation of hunger and the issues affecting food insecurity in the U.S. The links contained in this summary direct you to websites that have content that is not controlled by Feeding America.

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