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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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Join the Food Research and Action Center and Hunger Solutions New York in strong opposition to a bill that would block-grant child nutrition programs. You can support to the effort by adding your organization's name to a sign-on letter, and in other ways as well.
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New pilot initiative: Online SNAP prescreening program Hunger Solutions New York is piloting an innovative mRelief tool to help Long Island residents quickly determine if they may be eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
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We are doing important work in the fight against hunger. Through our statewide efforts, Hunger Solutions New York helps thousands of people access nutrition assistance programs and we advocate for policies and legislation to make those programs more effective. We’ve relaunched our organizational newsletter to keep you up-to-date.
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New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio’s executive budget cuts $1.8 million from one of the most vital supports for struggling New Yorkers – the Emergency Food Assistance Program – effectively sending funding back to 2012 levels. This New York Slant editorial by Margarette Purvis condemns that action.
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Staff and Board members from Hunger Solutions New York rang the Opening Bell at the New York Stock Exchange in New York City March 31, in honor of National Nutrition Month.

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