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Read about a SNAP policy change, our summer outreach work, a family whose life was changed by SNAP, and more, in our August organizational newsletter.
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Hunger Solutions New York serves as a resource for media professionals statewide. Recently, staff members have been interviewed about summer meals, the SNAP categorical eligibility expansion, and hunger in New York State. Following are the latest newspaper articles, and radio and television interviews.
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Hunger Solutions New York is working with community members and service organizations statewide to raise awareness about an expansion of income limits within the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) that went into effect July 1.
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Despite an improving economy, one in six people – 15.7 percent of respondents – in New York State reported in 2015 they still struggled to afford enough food for their households, according to a report recently released by the Food Research & Action Center.
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The Senior Accountant reports to the Finance Director and is responsible for assisting with the oversight and management of the organizational financial controls. This will include oversight of statewide anti-hunger programs including subcontractor audits, budget and voucher review, and technical assistance for subcontractors.
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Our public affairs director, Sherry Tomasky, was recently interviewed on Capital Tonight. She discussed the prevalence of hunger in New York State, how the state is expanding its efforts to better serve those who lack access to adequate nutrition, and the work that still needs to be done.
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In an effort to raise awareness about the important role summer meals play in nourishing thousands of low income kids statewide, Governor Cuomo has proclaimed July Summer Meals Month.
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Our June newsletter is out! Learn about our latest anti-hunger initiatives.
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Hunger doesn't let up in the summer. This editorial takes a look at the great need for summer meals in New York State's North Country.
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Hunger Solutions New York is launching a new project with the Early Care and Learning Council and the New York State Network for Youth Success to expand access to the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).

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