As generosity abounds during the holiday season, let us not forget to support the programs that are helping people every day of the year
Posts Tagged: SNAP
What happens now in the White House and in Congress?
Families and individuals who were set back by Hurricane Sandy and currently receive SNAP benefits may be eligible for replacement SNAP benefits.
The October 16 conference focused on food access as well as nutrition and outreach strategies.
The Capital Area Food Bank concludes its SNAP reform series by discussing incentives and educational options.
The Capital Area Food Bank continues its on-going discussion on SNAP reform – ways to help the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program encourage healthy eating among program participants.
Meaningful SNAP reform could result in a program that not only feeds hungry Americans, but one that actually improves their diets and overall health.
The Office of Virginia Department of Social Services announced that beginning in September, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program will begin staggering its monthly benefits over the course of 2-5 days.
Food Stamp fraud rhetoric overlooks SNAP’s effectiveness and efficiency rate among safety net programs.
The Capital Area Food Bank strongly disagrees with the notion that “growth in SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) is being driven by politics as usual.”