Press Room

(June 18, 2013)
To fight hunger and promote healthy eating, the Coalition and Drueding Center open a new kind of food pantry that provides only nutritious food to families in need. 
(May 29, 2013)
"We estimate tens of thousands of Pennsylvanians will be negatively affected if Heat and Eat goes away,” said Coalition Interim Director Julie Zaebst.
(May 17, 2013)
In the Farm Bill, "we're paying billions to make sure that food is produced and big agriculture stays profitable, while cutting billions from programs that assure that poor and hungry citizens get food to their own tables."
(May 7, 2013)
Instead of helping people who have fallen on hard times, Pennsylvania made it harder for them to get food stamps, and hundreds of families may be going hungry at times as a result.
(May 3, 2013)
With Pennsylvania's asset test for SNAP, "the state is spending its own time and money to bounce people with low-income off the food stamp rolls, while the savings go to the feds."
(May 2, 2013)
The asset test "made getting food stamps so complicated that deserving low-income people became inundated by paperwork and lost their benefits."
(April 27, 2013)
"So far the test has not uncovered a lot of fraud. But it has caused a lot of confusion and heartache."
(April 14, 2013)
Philadelphia-area residents swarmed Eakins Oval below the Philadelphia Museum of Art early Saturday, bearing cash pledges to raise funds for neighborhood soup kitchens, food pantries and donors to the Coalition Against Hunger.
(April 13, 2013)
Over a hundred teams registered for the Walk+Run event this year, many of them churches and local organizations who provide food relief and other community services for those in need.
(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.