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 Ages 0-3 in Baltimore City: Barriers to Access and Initiatives for Change explores barriers to food security for low-income families with young children face and provides recommendations for addressing those barriers locally.
Tasteful Change: Lessons in Healthier Vending from U.S. Cities is a resource guide for the Chicago Park District as it begins the implementation of its healthier vending machine program.
Food Insecurity Among Children: A Look at Prevalence, Programming, and Initiatives in Baltimore, gathers quantitative food insecurity data and the input of service providers.
Just Out of Reach: Our Unequal Access to Healthy Food documents food accessibility and food justice initiatives in Boston.
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.
Sustenance, the CHC newsletter, features articles that highlight the work of Emerson and Leland Hunger Fellows’ experiences in the field and during the policy portion of their fellowships. In addition, Sustenance covers CHC staff and partner organizations advocacy efforts and special projects.
Hailing from Hiawassee, Georgia, Lindsey is a 2009 cum laude graduate of Berea College, with a degree in education studies. Lindsey has served as a Bonner Scholar where she helped organize the annual Hunger Hurts Food Drive, worked at the Berea Community Emergency Food Bank, and served as a leader … Read more
A Utah native, Rebecca graduated in 2010 from the University of Utah with a degree in human development and family studies, community and consumer studies and a minor in nutrition. She has served as a Service-Learning Scholar, a Residential Advisor, and held leadership positions in the Lowell Bennion Community Service … Read more
Kate Taylor is a Chicago native and a 2010 graduate of Brown University, with a degree in history and Africana studies. She completed her honors thesis in Africana studies examining extreme police violence in Chicago in relation to historical forms of racism. Kate managed a nonprofit student-run café, organized food drives, … Read more
A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Brian is a 2010 honors graduate of Morehouse College where he earned a dual degree in sociology and political science with a minor in criminal justice. At Morehouse, Brian was an Adams Scholar, founded “My Brother’s Keeper,” a mentorship program for homeless youth, and served as the … Read more