Jon Dorenbos and the Eagles to raise healthy food for Green Light Pantries
The Eagles spread the word about the Online Healthy Food Drive to benefit the Coalition
Community organizations can compete for Eagles prizes!
More calls, more texts, and more children served
The profits of neighborhood corner stores are being impacted by a new food stamp regulation.
The Deomocrat would also work to reestablish General Assistance
CEP allows over 100 Philadelphia area schools to offer free meals
By William Shamlin III
Beginning this week, neighborhood convenience stores will have to pay a price to accept food stamps
By Cherri Gregg
Beginning this week, neighborhood convenience stores will have to pay a price to accept food stamps, thanks to new federal regulations that went into effect last month.
For ten years, the federal government has footed the bill on the swipe-card machines that mom-and-pop grocers use to accept electronic food stamps. But not anymore.
For those who struggle with hunger, SB 76 will make that struggle harder. Consider: