Summer Nutrition Programs
FRAC Summer Meals Report: Hunger Doesn't Take a Vacation
Too many low-income children are missing out on summer meals, and face a greater risk of hunger.

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U.S. Hunger Solutions: Best Practices for Improving Access to SNAP for People With Disabilities
Advocates and state Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) agencies can improve access to SNAP for people with disabilities by disseminating accurate information about the program, opting for program practices that best serve people with disabilities, and partnering with people with disabilities and the organizations that support them.
Best Practices for Improving Access to SNAP for People With Disabilities


Jun 28, 2017
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In this guest post, Nancy Parello, of Advocates for Children of New Jersey, talks about partnerships and other effective strategies that have increased participation in the state’s Summer Nutrition Programs.

Jun 26, 2017
Deondre Jones

The problem of food insecurity among households with people with disabilities would be far worse if not for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as food stamps). In an average month in 2015 (pdf), SNAP served an estimated 4.5 million households that included a person with a disability — 1 in 5 of all SNAP households.

Jun 21, 2017
Clarissa Hayes

FRAC’s Hunger Doesn’t Take a Vacation report finds that 3 million children participated in the Summer Nutrition Programs on an average weekday in July 2016.

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