Friday, Mar 27 2020
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that just passed the House will be critical to shielding our communities from some of the harshest impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, but it will not be enough to stem the tide of increased need.
Wednesday, Mar 25 2020
Feeding America is grateful for the additional investment in TEFAP but knows that the emergency stimulus is not enough to help people in need.
Wednesday, Mar 18 2020
Feeding America is relieved that Congress swiftly passed the much-needed Families First Coronavirus Response Act and looks forward to President Trump signing the bill into law.
Tuesday, Mar 17 2020
Feeding America is pleased to announce a gift from Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively of $500,000 in support of our COVID-19 Response Fund.
Feeding America Statement on U.S. House of Representatives Passage of Families First Coronavirus Response Act
Saturday, Mar 14 2020
Feeding America commends the U.S. House of Representatives for passing the bill that bolsters federal nutrition programs during the COVID-19 pandemic and urges swift passage in the Senate.
Feeding America Establishes COVID-19 Response Fund to Help Food Banks During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Friday, Mar 13 2020
Feeding America today announced the establishment of the COVID-19 Response Fund to help food banks across the country as they support communities impacted by the pandemic.
Monday, Mar 2 2020
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation unveiled Feeding America was one of the highest-scoring proposals in its 100&Change competition.
Leading Health Experts Release Guidelines to Increase Access to Healthy Food and Beverages in Food Banks
Monday, Mar 2 2020
New evidence-based guidelines help food banks and food pantries improve the nutritional quality of items they provide to individuals and families.
Monday, Feb 17 2020
A new study commissioned by No Kid Hungry and Feeding America identified contributors threatening child hunger in rural communities.
Tuesday, Feb 11 2020
Feeding America is disappointed by the Administration's fiscal year 2021 budget, which jeopardizes funding for programs supporting vulnerable populations.