Press Room

(March 23, 2014)
The Coalition, United Way and Jewish Federation praise Pennsylvania's decision to preserve "Heat and Eat" and protect SNAP benefits for hundreds of thousands of residents.
(March 16, 2014)
Poverty is growing in classrooms, as nearly half of the students in Northeast Pennsylvania now qualify for free or reduced-price lunches.
(March 15, 2014)
Students at one local school district will be able to eat breakfast together every day for the rest of the school year. Philipsburg-Osceola passed a universal breakfast program last week.
(March 7, 2014)
Anti-hunger groups and trade groups are applauding the Corbett administration's decision to prevent a change in federal policy from cutting food stamps for mostly seniors and people with disabilities.
(March 6, 2014)
Gov. Corbett on Wednesday night forestalled an estimated $3 billion in cuts to food stamps in the state over the next 10 years.