The state needs to do far better at getting P-EBT to families. Sign our letter of recommendations on how this system should work so children don’t go hungry.
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A new report finds Temporary Assistance for Needy Families is crucial for supporting the lowest income families in Pennsylvania, but must be improved.
We joined U.S. Sen. Bob Casey of PA and other community leaders at a press conference about how the American Rescue Plan will help families and children.
Last week, the federal and state government took significant steps to help struggling families feed their children.
The package contains powerful public policies to help suffering American households, but pervasive hunger and poverty will likely continue.
Just Harvest and 21 community, advocacy, and labor organizations urged our U.S. Senators and Representatives to enact specific relief measures.
The federal public comment period on a rule change to SNAP that would cut access to free school meals has been re-opened. The final day to comment is November 1!
On Nov. 6, voters in Allegheny County can vote on whether to amend the county’s Home Rule Charter to create a Children’s Fund.
Despite an improving economy, 13.3% of Pa. households reported that they struggled to buy enough food during 2016–2017, according to a new report.
It’s National School Lunch Week – the perfect time to help schools feed low-income children. Take action to protect federal funding!