Press Room

(July 21, 2013)
For the first time in 40 years, Congress has decided to give subsidies to farmers while offering nothing to fund the food-stamp program.
(July 12, 2013)
By leaving SNAP out of the Farm Bill, the U.S. House could consider even deeper cuts and harmful policy changes that will make it even hard for struggling Americans to feed their families.
(July 8, 2013)
Pennsylvania and New Jersey should be ashamed to be among the worst states in the nation in meeting federal rules by getting food stamps to the needy within 30 days.
(June 28, 2013)
The Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger has teamed up with the City of Philadelphia to provide free meals for thousands of kids this summer.
(June 20, 2013)
Members vote 234-195 to defeat a bill that would have dropped 2 million Americans from SNAP and removed more than 200,000 children from free school meals.