Proceeds of FRAC’s annual dinner benefit our Campaign to End Childhood Hunger, which has achieved major gains in feeding low-income children in communities throughout the United States. The Campaign has had remarkable successes over the years, building the reach, quality, and effectiveness of programs across the board – School Breakfast, School Lunch, Summer Food, Afterschool Meals and Snacks, WIC, the Child and Adult Care Food Program, and SNAP/Food Stamps.
We hope you will join us at an event that offers both an enjoyable and meaningful evening and a brighter, healthier future for our children.
Imagine having to choose between food, medicine, and other basic necessities.
It’s National Women’s Health Week! In the conversation surrounding women’s health — from lifestyles to legislation — FRAC is recognizing the gendered impact of food insecurity. Join the conversation online with #NWHW.
May is Older Americans Month – an opportunity to raise awareness of important issues facing adults 50 and above across the nation.
Recent Publications & DataSee More Resources
Summer is finally here which means that you should be implementing your outreach plan and working out the kinks to your summer nutrition operations that naturally arise at the beginning of the year.Read more
- Advocacy Tool
This guide highlights best practices at the state and local levels to establish unpaid meal fee policies that protect children from stigma, ensure that eligible children are certified for free and reduced-price school meals, and make certain that children get the nutrition necessary to learn at school.Find out more
- Fact Sheet
The Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010 required the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to make significant nutrition improvements in federally-funded school meals, as well as to improve the overall quality of the food sold at school.Read more
FACT: 99 Percent of All School Districts Have Implemented the School Nutrition Standards
FACT: Parents Support the New School Nutrition Standards
FACT: More Low-Income Students Participate in School Meals
FACT: Children Eat More Fruits and Vegetables