Hunger Doesn’t Take a Summer Vacation

Working for a Better Texas

Last week a diverse group of Texas organizations convened in San Antonio to talk about summer childhood hunger. The Food Research Action Center (FRAC), USDA Southwest Regional Team, Texas Hunger Initiative, Texas Food Bank Network, and CPPP hosted dozens of community-based Texas organizations that ¬†gathered to strategize on improving the reach of the Summer Food […]

The Most Important Meal of the Day Just Got Better for Texas Students & Schools

Rachel Cooper

As schools across the country commemorate National School Breakfast Week, Texas public schools are actively working to provide school breakfast to more students in need thanks to a new law passed in 2013. Breakfast for all is a win-win for students and schools. Studies show that students who are well fed participate more in class […]

Minimize the Impact of the Hunger Cliff

Working for a Better Texas

By Jeanie Donovan This Friday every household participating in SNAP will see their monthly benefits go down. A family of four will have $36 less each month in their grocery budget. A senior couple on SNAP will lose $22 per month. This may not seem like a lot of money, but for working poor families […]