United States White House

White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health

This September, Feeding America will join the Biden administration for the first White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health in 50 years. The conference will happen during Hunger Action Month - the month the United States collectively acts against hunger. Along with hunger relief leaders, we'll develop solutions to end hunger by 2030.


Elevating Voices to End Hunger Findings and Policy Recommendations

To end hunger, we must listen to the people experiencing it. At the White House Conference, we will center the voices of people with lived experiences of food insecurity.

This summer, the Feeding America network gathered input from nearly 36,000 neighbors in 50 states on solutions for ending hunger. See the published results of our Elevating Voices to End Hunger Together initiative.

View Feeding America's full policy recommendations informed by people facing hunger.

Guiding principles

For this collective effort, Feeding America is guided by several principles that we urge the White House and federal elected officials to keep front and center:

  • The conference and the solutions identified should be grounded by and reflect the voices of people facing hunger.
  • The conference and the solutions identified should be grounded in preserving the dignity and agency of people facing hunger to make their own choices of what foods help their families thrive. People experiencing food insecurity need more choices, not less.
  • New programs and approaches must be implemented that end the racially and geographically disparate outcomes perpetuated by the current system, solving for “race and place” inequities.
  • We must keep hunger and food insecurity at the forefront of the conference goals by doing the most good for our nation’s most vulnerable. By doing so, we will lift up all other issues connected to food insecurity – including health, wellbeing, education, and workforce development.
  • We must continue to expand access to nutritious food through charitable food access and nutrition programs for people facing hunger and marginalized communities, particularly for people facing hunger impacted by the diet-related disease.
  • Bold solutions require broad support – we cannot harness the power of a nation to end hunger without engaging every citizen, elected official, and organization that we can. To do this, the policy solutions put forth to end hunger should be nonpartisan and grounded in science and data.


Learn more about the White House Conference