Community Food Assessment of Bedford-Stuyvesant documents the severely limited access to healthy foods in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn and the effect this has on community health.
The Food Stamp Resource Guide equips Tennessee service providers with the knowledge and materials to do effective SNAP outreach in their communities and connects local agencies with one another to facilitate continued sharing of updated information and best practices.
Opening New Doors to Ending Hunger: Out-of-Office Food Stamp Applications in California documents how county agencies and community-based organizations around the state are partnering to increase application options for clients by offering application assistance, posting county workers in community centers, … Read more
Struggling for Sustenance: Barriers to SNAP/Food Stamps in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties details the hardships eligible households face in trying to access food stamps. Based on 400 surveys and 40 interviews with food bank clients and partner agencies, … Read more
Considering the Costs of Senior Hunger and the Benefits of Federal Nutrition Programs explores factors affecting the food security of older D.C. residents and the impact of hunger on wellness, and assesses the value of federal nutrition programs in relation … Read more
Boston Bounty Bucks: Increasing Access to an Affordability of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables for SNAP Participants is a program evaluation of a city government-led initiative promoting SNAP benefit redemption at farmers markets, and identified strategies to improve access to healthy … Read more
Making the Leap to West Louisville: EBT at Grasshoppers Distribution is a guide for Community Supported Agriculture programs seeking to accept SNAP/food stamp benefits that explores strategies for building community partnerships and options to make weekly shares affordable to SNAP … Read more