Welcome to the Feeding America advocate resource center. The Farm Bill is the most consequential food policy bill in our country and touches every part of our This is your one-stop shop for resources to advocate for a strong Farm Bill that helps end hunger in our communities.
Below you will find the resources you need to advocate for programs that affect your community such as the Supplemental Nutrition and Assistance Program (SNAP) and the Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP).
If you have any questions about these resources, please reach out to Policy@FeedingAmerica.org.
Thank you for joining us in our fight to end hunger in America.
Tutorials to Help You Advocate in Your Community:
Below are short tutorial videos that will provide you some helpful tips and tricks to help you be a better advocate and also learn about how to best use the materials on this page to help your organization fight for a strong Farm Bill:
Get the Facts on Federal Nutrition Programs:
Want to learn more about what’s at stake in the Farm Bill? We’ve got information on the importance of federal nutrition programs to help food banks and agency partners – like pantries, soup kitchens, and meal sites – help hungry people in their community get food.
You can find information about hunger in your local county – including the number of people who don’t have enough to eat and the number of children who don’t have enough to eat – using our Map the Meal Gap tool.
- Factsheets on Farm Bill
- Factsheet on SNAP
- Factsheet on TEFAP
- Charities Can't Do it Alone
- State by State SNAP Factsheets
Resources For Advocates to End Hunger in Your Community :
Did you know that it’s completely legal for non-profits to participate in advocacy? Find out more information about what the advocacy rules are for non-profit organizations.
Below are materials you can use to let your community and the people we serve know about the importance of federal nutrition programs.