(January 21, 2013)
Although school breakfast is vital for health and learning, there's a wide disparity in the number of students who get served these meals in Philly schools.
(January 15, 2013)
When it comes to ensuring low-income kids participate in school breakfast, Pennsylvania has made progress but still has room for improvement.
(December 22, 2012)
Requests for emergency food assistance in Philadelphia increased 41 percent last year. At the same time, one-third of demand for shelter among the homeless here went unmet.
(December 21, 2012)
A just released report on hunger shows the number of people seeking food assistance in Pennsylvania's largest city is up 41 percent in the past year.
(December 18, 2012)
"Sure, I have remained hungry all week and, at times, a little light-headed. But for those who depend upon food stamps for real, that food budget is not at all a complete, self-contained manifestation of poverty."