Increasing Access to Food for Mothers, Infants and Children Receiving Benefits from WIC through Community Partnerships
The goal of ending childhood hunger can be furthered effectively through alliances of anti-hunger advocates and partners from the education community, nutrition and health organizations, labor unions, and private sector food companies and trade associations. This paper offers a concise … Read more
School wellness policies are a vital tool that parents, students, teachers, school food service staff, school administrators, and local communities can use to address children’s nutrition and health needs. This paper is one in a series of occasional white papers … Read more
Microfinance to Improve Child Health: The feasibility of peer-group microlending to create a healthy, hunger-free community assesses the feasibility of peer-group microlending initiatives for women who receive public benefits in Philadelphia.
Discover School Breakfast is a comprehensive School Breakfast Program toolkit designed to introduce the program to school principals, parents, food service staff and other stakeholders and facilitate the establishment of School Breakfast Programs in more communities.
Universal Free Breakfast in Milwaukee Public Schools: Preliminary Findings 2006-2007 evaluates the Universal Free Breakfast Initiative in elementary schools and provides recommendations for improving and expanding the impact of the program.
McAuliffe Elementary: Breakfast in the Classroom is a video documentary of McAuliffe Elementary School’s implementation of the Chicago Public Schools’ pilot program for universal breakfast in the classroom. The film captures the experiences and thoughts of teachers, parents, administrators, and … Read more
State of Child Care in Oregon examines the impact of the 2008-2009 recession on the child care industry in Oregon, assessing how families with young children and the child care providers have been affected by the recession, high unemployment, and … Read more