Afterschool programs can strengthen their efforts to fight child hunger by collaborating with anti-hunger organizations. Anti-hunger organizations can help guide afterschool programs as they implement nutrition programs like afterschool meals and summer meals. They can also share their expertise on effective community outreach, marketing and improving meal quality and appeal. In a recent blog from The Alliance for a Healthier Generation, Misha Marvel, child nutrition programs specialist for Hunger Solutions New York, and Maureen Fitzgerald, director of advocacy for the Hunger Task Force of Milwaukee, answered questions about how to partner with anti-hunger organizations.
Read the Alliance for a Healthier Generation blog post