NOEP Request for Proposals Released

Hunger Solutions New York is soliciting proposals for the Nutrition Outreach and Education Program (NOEP).
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Released this spring!

Our statewide report on school breakfast participation

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Visit our new websites for Afterschool and Childcare Meals!

Learn how you can serve healthy meals for kids & teens through the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
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PROPOSED SNAP CUTS IN PRESIDENT'S FY 2018 BUDGET

Proposed SNAP cuts in President’s FY 2018 budget would significantly increase hunger and poverty in NYS.
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Hunger Solutions New York is a caring and informed voice for hungry New Yorkers.

What We Do

Hunger Solutions New York is a caring and informed voice for hungry New Yorkers. We believe no one should ever wonder where their next meal is coming from.

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Toolkit: SNAP October 1 Eligibility/Budgeting Change

Our toolkit provides community organizations with updated tools, resources, and information on how to help SNAP recipients maximize their SNAP benefits

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Toolkit: Replacement SNAP Benefits

With the upcoming storms Jose and Maria, we are reissuing our Replacement SNAP Benefits toolkit in case of power outages or flooding.

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Get Food Help

Find NOEP centers, free summer meals, farmers’ markets, food pantries, summer meals & fun finder and emergency food assistance.

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Fall 2017 Child Nutrition Newsletter

Your back-to-school child nutrition checklist is here!  Read the latest on school breakfast and afterschool meals, Community Eligibility Provision, FRAC's unpaid school meal policy guidance, and much more.  To subscribe, you can sign up or edit your newsletter...

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Flooding, Power Outages And Replacement SNAP Benefits

Due to upcoming storms, we want to alert SNAP (food stamp) recipients about replacement SNAP benefits in case of flooding or power outages. Current SNAP recipients who lost food purchased with their SNAP/EBT card due to flooding or a power outage of more than 4 hours...

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Legislative Action & Policy Alerts

Research & Data

Federal Update On SNAP Cuts In FY2018 House Budget Resolution

The House Budget Committee’s fiscal year 2018 budget resolution released last week would make hunger in this country far worse. The proposal combines a huge tax cut that is heavily tilted toward the rich with tens of billions of dollars in safety net program cuts,...

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USDA 2016 Food Insecurity Report Released

A new USDA report, Household Food Security in the United States in 2016, reveals that 12.5% of New Yorkers are face food insecurity, meaning they lack access to enough food for an active, healthy life for all household members. New York State’s food insecurity rate...

SNAP Map: SNAP Matters In Every Community

Rural and small town households across the country are more likely to participate in SNAP than their metro-area counterparts, according to the Food Research and Action Center’s SNAP Map, the interactive data tool FRAC launched on August 2. The map provides...

Twelve Facts About Food Insecurity And SNAP

The Hamilton Project released this report that looks at the problem of food insecurity in the the United States and the important role that SNAP plays in reducing food insecurity. One in seven households was food insecure in 2014—meaning that at some time during the...

News & Action

Fall 2017 Child Nutrition Newsletter

Your back-to-school child nutrition checklist is here!  Read the latest on school breakfast and afterschool meals, Community Eligibility Provision, FRAC's unpaid school meal policy guidance, and much more.  To subscribe, you can sign up or edit your newsletter...

read more

Flooding, Power Outages And Replacement SNAP Benefits

Due to upcoming storms, we want to alert SNAP (food stamp) recipients about replacement SNAP benefits in case of flooding or power outages. Current SNAP recipients who lost food purchased with their SNAP/EBT card due to flooding or a power outage of more than 4 hours...

read more

Research & Data

USDA 2016 Food Insecurity Report Released

A new USDA report, Household Food Security in the United States in 2016, reveals that 12.5% of New Yorkers are face food insecurity, meaning they lack access to enough food for an active, healthy life for all household members. New York State’s food insecurity rate...

SNAP Map: SNAP Matters In Every Community

Rural and small town households across the country are more likely to participate in SNAP than their metro-area counterparts, according to the Food Research and Action Center’s SNAP Map, the interactive data tool FRAC launched on August 2. The map provides...

Twelve Facts About Food Insecurity And SNAP

The Hamilton Project released this report that looks at the problem of food insecurity in the the United States and the important role that SNAP plays in reducing food insecurity. One in seven households was food insecure in 2014—meaning that at some time during the...

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