The Community Table was held ahead of the Papal visit.
Policy Manager Kathy Fisher's Op-Ed on the PA budget impasse
Hunger advocates hope Pope's visit brings change
New food resource offers comprehensive map of emergency food providers in the city.
Emergency Food Provider Report shows 9 out of every 10 providers either ran out of or had to provide less food last year.
In Philadelphia, 22 percent of children are food-insecure. The city is hoping more families take advantage of free summer meals.
Rep. Fitzpatrick visits Creekside Summer Camp, supports summer meals legislation
Find the nearest summer meals site by calling 1-855-252-MEAL
New report shows Pennsylvania still has room to grow in summer meals participation
A look into SNAP use in the Philadelphia Latino community
By Lucia Tejo
Rochester (New York), May 16, 1939. Mabel McFiggan, a resident of this northeastern city goes down in history as the first U.S. citizen to pay for her purchases at a supermarket with what were, at that time known as food stamps. Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), May 18, 2015. Amada Mejía steps up to the cash register of her usual supermarket in North Philadelphia to pay for her purchases with her Access card, the modern and updated version of food stamps.