January 11, 2022
Governor Newsom’s budget blueprint proposes over 1 billion dollars for realizing the vision for School Meals for All, broadening access to food benefits for older adults regardless of immigration status, and expanding the impact of critical anti-poverty programs like CalWORKS and the Young Child Tax Credit. These and other proposals are a promising and significant step toward a hunger-free California for all.
Makes progress towards fighting hunger & addressing racial inequities Today, President Biden released the framework for the Build Back Better […]
We call on all California Members of the House Education & Labor Committee to support the bill, and urge the House and Senate to quickly pass the Build Back Better Act into law.
Much More Needed to Address Record Food Insecurity Driven by COVID-19 Crisis Today, Governor Gavin Newsom released his May Revision […]
New report by Rocio Perez, Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellow, Congressional Hunger Center One of the most dire consequences of […]