Press Room

(April 11, 2013)
See how this event helps Pennypack offer fresh, affordable produce to low-income families in Philadelphia.
(April 11, 2013)
The Coalition's Julie Zaebst talks about how the event supports more than 100 food pantries and hunger-relief agencies.
(April 8, 2013)
Get the details about the event and how you can make a difference.
(April 8, 2013)
Pennypack Farms raises funds through the Walk+Run Against Hunger to offer produce to low-income families.
(March 29, 2013)
At a time when people are criticized for accruing government benefits, the federal programs designed to feed the hungry are in fact underused, according to a Coalition report.
(March 25, 2013)
Wall Street is back on track, but that hasn’t helped put food on the table for an estimated 86,926 Bucks and Montgomery county residents still on food stamps, according to latest report from the Coalition Against Hunger.
(March 24, 2013)
It is unconscionable that Philadelphia has more people in what's called deep poverty than any other city among the nation's 10 largest.
(March 22, 2013)
A new report on statewide participation in SNAP says Cumberland County has the highest percentage-increase in the program.
(March 22, 2013)
A new report visualizes statistics on hunger and related statistics on Pennsylvania's 67  counties.
(March 21, 2013)
WHYY looks at a new report from the Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger.
(March 19, 2013)
Philadelphia has the highest rate of deep poverty of the nation's 10 most populous cities. Sometimes, SNAP (food stamps) is all people have.
(March 19, 2013)
Advocates, like the Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger, worry that the elderly are disproportionately being cut off because of asset tests.
(March 18, 2013)
"The Corbett administration policy of requiring asset tests for food stamps sounds a lot better than it actually is."
(March 12, 2013)
Amid the lawn grass and grace of a middle-class patch of Montgomery County, families aren't getting enough to eat.
(March 2, 2013)
Tens of thousands of Pennsylvania's low-income seniors, nursing mothers and children could lose food assistance through Meals on Wheels and the WIC Program.