This report was created to assess the implementation of a Breakfast After The Bell Mandate within the state of Massachusetts so that policy makers who wish to create a similar mandate outside of Massachusetts may understand the program’s challenges and … Read more
Project Bread seeks to provide sustainable solutions that permanently move the needle on ending hunger. This work includes enhancing child nutrition programs, a crucial tool in ensuring no child goes hungry. Massachusetts is in a unique position to lead when … Read more
Hunger Free Oklahoma works to leverage the power of collaboration to solve hunger in Oklahoma by improving systems, policies, and practices, and recognizes the vital role of school meal programs in fighting childhood food insecurity in Oklahoma. With over 500 … Read more
“Lessons Learned: Breakfast After the Bell in Massachusetts” was presented by Bill Emerson Hunger Fellow Nathan Garcia as part of the briefing “A Snapshot of Hunger in America” on February 17, 2022. Nathan was placed with Project Bread in Boston, … Read more
The Community Eligibility Provision: Fueling the Future of Healthy Kids in King County is a comprehensive guide to understanding the barriers, dispelling the misconceptions, and utilizing best practices for successful CEP implementation in the county. The report also includes recommendations for … Read more
Nutrition Hubs: Building Hunger- Free Schools in King County is a guide for increasing students’ access to school meals that outlines a method of collaboration between AmeriCorps members, community organizations, school districts, and private funders.
Fuel 4 School assesses the impact of Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) on food service in Allegheny County schools. Through focus groups with parents and interviews with school administrators, the report details how CEP enhances the effects of the School Breakfast … Read more
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.
Childhood Hunger in Vermont includes a PowerPoint presentation and accompanying guide that a) defines the problem of childhood hunger in Vermont, its effects on the health, education and well-being of children, and the increased health care and educational costs to … Read more
School Breakfast Models examines several approaches to School Breakfast Programs nationwide, such as Breakfast in the Classroom, Delayed Breakfast, and Provision 2 with analysis of each of the model schools’ demographics, barriers to implementation, possible solutions, and a description of … Read more
Unnoticed, Unaddressed & Unacceptable: Revealing and Attacking Washington State’s Persistent Hunger Problem outlines six solutions to reduce hunger, including increasing participation in School Lunch, Breakfast, and Summer Food programs; lifting the lifetime ban on Food Stamps for people with former … Read more
Teachers’ Perceptions of the School Breakfast Program reports teachers experiences with the School Breakfast Program (SBP) in Connecticut, provides a basic overview of the SBP, offers steps that groups can take to promote the program, and includes a resource guide … Read more
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