Food insecurity prevents Kansans from thriving, leaving them uncertain where their next meal will come from. Kansas doesn’t fully utilize nutrition programs which could help reduce food insecurity. We're working to:
Help more Kansas kids access and participate in Child Nutrition Programs
We're working to increase participation in critical Child Nutrition Programs including the Summer Food Service Program, school breakfast, afterschool meals, and the Community Eligibility Provision.
Learn more about Child Nutrition Programs here: Child Nutrition Programs
Reduce hunger by connecting more Kansans with food assistance
Through identifying barriers to participation and implementing strategies for overcoming those barriers, we're helping more Kansans access Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits.
Learn more about food assistance here:
Engaging more Kansans to take action through anti-hunger advocacy
We're working with partner organizations and members of our Hunger Action Team to take action and advocate for policies that will benefit Hungry Kansans.
Get involved here:
Hunger Action Team