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.
Low Wages and Basic Needs in the City of Miami: Facts for Advocates examines the extent of low wage work in Miami, and outlining local community and faith-based responses in order to raise awareness and encourage further involvement from current … Read more
Hungry in Florida: Three Options in the Food Stamp Program to Help Alleviate Poverty and Improve Food Security examines three federal options that Florida can adopt to dramatically improve its Food Stamp Program and recommending that the state agency administering … Read more
Five Year Strategic Plan to Stamp out Hunger is a report for Florida’s Food Security Team, a coalition of state agencies that administer USDA nutrition programs and their community based partners, outlining the coalition’s progress in 2003 and providing recommendations … Read more
Hunger in Florida: Five-Year Partnership Improves Food Security linked quantitative data with qualitative “highlights” (actions or projects undertaken by each state agency in order to improve eligible participation) in order to demonstrate how crucial the unique public-private collaboration of the … Read more
9th Class, 2002-2003 Field Placement: Florida Impact (Tallahassee, FL) During her time in Florida, Jenna coordinated meetings of community members in the thirteen northern Florida counties not utilizing the Summer Food Service Program and worked to collectively design an implementation … Read more
9th Class, 2002-2003 Field Placement: Florida Impact (Tallahassee, FL) In order to increase participation in the Summer Food Service Program, Robert coordinated community outreach and led meetings of community leaders in northern Florida, where many counties do not offer the … Read more