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Federal Budget 101

This resource describes how the federal budget process works, detailing the steps Congress and the Administration take to provide funding for federal programs, including the federal child nutrition programs.

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SNAP

2018 Farm Bill Priorities

Learn about Share Our Strength's policy reccomendations to the 2018 Farm Bill to help end childhood hunger.

Policy & Legislation
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No Kid Hungry Partners
SNAP

Block Grants and SNAP

Understand why block granting SNAP would weaken the most effective and powerful tool for ending childhood hunger.

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State Officials
SNAP
WIC & Early Childhood

SNAP’s Role in Early Child Nutrition Micro-Report

This two-pager highlights the importance of SNAP from the perspective of parents with young children. The micro-report showcases findings from a No Kid Hungry national survey of parents with young children and qualitative research conducted by 1,000 Days.

Research & Data
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SNAP

How Does SNAP Work?

This resource provides a brief overview of SNAP.

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No Kid Hungry Partners
Schools as Nutrition Hubs

Hunger In Our Schools

As the divide between the haves and the have-nots grows wider in America, too many children on the wrong side of the line are going without the food they need. This report shows the depth of the crisis. But we also know there is a solution.'

Research & Data
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SNAP

SNAP Works

Real stories of how SNAP is helping American families.'

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No Kid Hungry Partners
School Breakfast
Schools as Nutrition Hubs
Student Enters Number Into POS System Operated by School Nutrition Staff

The Need for School Nutrition Budget Relief

This resource details the financial struggles that many school nutrition departments are facing, explains how their budgets and revenues work, and highlights why budget relief is critical so that schools can continue providing needed nutrition to kids facing hunger.

Policy & Legislation
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