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Protect SNAP

Congress has voted to approve a new Farm Bill (H.R.2 - Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018) and it is a huge victory for SNAP and the millions of Americans who count on it to help feed their families. The conference agreement, a compromise between the seperate Senate and House bills that passed in June, was finally filed after months of vigorous debate.

The work, however, is far from over. We know that in 2019, the Trump Administration wants to change rules related to SNAP work requirements, making it harder for people with inconsistent work hours, or who are struggling to find work, to keep their benefits. The Coalition Against Hunger is committed to ensuring such changed won't happen, and we'll need your help when the time comes. 

Block Grants

The most common reform suggested for SNAP involves the use of block grants. Learn what block grants would mean for the program.


for seniors

Seniors in Pennsylvania rely on SNAP. Learn more about how cuts to the program would impact the senior population in our state. 


for Disabled Residents

Disabled Pennsylvanians often count on SNAP to help make ends meet. Learn how important SNAP is to thousands of disabled individuals in our state. 


effectiveness of SNAP

4 out of 5 SNAP recipients are children, elderly, disabled, or employed. 




by county

View SNAP use and statistics for each of the 67 counties in Pennsylvania.