Philabundance Agency Advocacy Toolkit is a resource intended to enable food pantry, soup kitchen, and other direct service providers to effectively advocate on behalf of state and federal anti-hunger programs. The toolkit includes information about how to engage with elected officials, develop a … Read more
CalFresh: The Most Vital Anti-Hunger Intervention in San Diego County provides an overview of food insecurity in San Diego County, highlighting issues unique to the region. Through a data analysis of food assistance sources in San Diego County and a … Read more
SNAP Outreach in the Magnolia State is a toolkit for social service providers in the Jackson metropolitan area interested in conducting SNAP outreach at their organization. Based on feedback from current SNAP participants and social service providers in Jackson, the … Read more
SNAP Policy Demystified: The Tennessee Advocate’s Guide to SNAP serves as a policy manual for advocates who work with Tennessee SNAP applicants or recipients. The manual aims to streamline the advocacy process by providing advocates with a resource to more quickly identify … Read more
The Calfresh (SNAP/Food Stamp) Toolkit and Resource Guide contains information on eligibility criteria for SNAP, county-specific application information, and a variety of tools for client prescreening, application assistance, and follow-up. The toolkit is intended for use by staff and volunteers … Read more
Around a Common Table: Advancing Community-Based SNAP Outreach for Latino Households in Arizona summarizes findings from community interviews and quantitative analyses to document the level and location of Latino under-enrollment in SNAP in Arizona, the most commonly reported barriers to SNAP participation for Latino households, and … Read more
Outreach and Application Assistance: Case Studies of California SNAP Outreach Trainings is a compilation of best practices in community-based SNAP outreach training methods from across California.
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.
Food Insecurity Among Children: A Look at Prevalence, Programming, and Initiatives in Baltimore, gathers quantitative food insecurity data and the input of service providers.
Boston Farmers’ Market Incentive Programs: Increasing Access to Fresh and Local Produce evaluates the effectiveness and impact of coupons as incentives for seniors and low-income shoppers at farmers’ markets.
Feeding Florida, an overview of federal child nutrition programs, examines participation rates for each of Florida’s 67 counties and measuring the impact of each program on the problems of hunger and food insecurity in Florida.
Fixing Food Stamps: Two Simple Changes State Leaders Can Make to Address Idaho’s Hunger Problem is an analysis of the Food Stamp Program in Idaho, including interviews with low-income families, suggesting that the implementation of two state options – eliminating … Read more