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"You may have heard people say 'we don’t want a hand out, we want a hand up.' I say we don’t want a hand out or a hand up, we want a hand in. Include us. If you want to find solutions to the issues that people face while living in poverty, people actually living in poverty need to be part of the discussion when decisions are being made.
The Center for Hunger-Free Communities is coordinating efforts across Pennsylvania to expand a child care feeding program to the most vulnerable children. Currently in Pennsylvania, the Child and Adult Care Feeding Program (CACFP) does not cover relative and neighbor providers. CACFP will a
Ten mothers and grandmothers from Camden, New Jersey are the newest members of Witnesses to Hunger.
Dr. Mariana Chilton was interviewed by Wired Magazine for an article about how children's health is impacted by the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, or formally food stamps).