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Serving Meals During COVID-19: Sharing Promising Strategies, Tips and Tricks

Join this webinar to hear from program operators that are continuing to provide meals in this ever-changing climate, despite school closures, shelter-in-place policies, pro

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Virtual Rural Child Hunger Summit: Session 4 - Embracing Community Perspectives and Cultures in Program Design and Delivery

There is growing interest in working with communities to co-create solutions and build capacity to address pressing needs –

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Virtual Rural Child Hunger Summit: Session 3 - Healthcare's Role in Feeding Hungry Children During a Public Health Emergency

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Virtual Rural Child Hunger Summit: Session 2 - Power of Native Youth: Creating Solutions for Hunger Issues and Addressing COVID-19

Engaging youth is more important than ever empower rural communities and address hunger.

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Virtual Rural Child Hunger Summit: Session 1 - Racial Equity and Community Resilience in Food Systems, Policy, and Program Delivery

How can communities best organize to build just and sustainable food systems?

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Virtual Rural Child Hunger Summit: Opening Remarks + COVID-19 Update

 

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Strategies to Improve the Summer Meals Experience for Kids and Families

The summer meals program is a lifeline for kids in need, but it fails to reach many of the kids who could benefit from program participation.

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SFSP Proposed Rule: Public Comment and Next Steps

No Kid Hungry’s Center for Best Practices presents key aspects of USDA’s proposed rule concerning the Summer Food Service Program.

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Serving Breakfast After the Bell and Its Impact on Chronic Absenteeism

Join this webinar to hear more about how Breakfast After the Bell can impact chronic absenteeism.

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Farm-to-Summer: Incorporating Local Foods into your Summer Meals Menus

Summertime is ripe for the fresh fruits and veggies that kids love. How can you liven up your summer menus with local foods without exceeding your budget?