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A well-stocked pantry will have you prepared for any meal! Here's a helpful list of items to keep on hand: http://t.co/Z59WCT5yjD
Make a list of lower calorie options at your fav restaurants; keep the list in your purse or car!
ThisWeek News: Kids Deliver Nutritious Meals to Upper Arlington Seniors
A meal delivered by a smiling child melts the cold winter blues for homebound Upper Arlington seniors, as elementary students take over a Meals on Wheels route.
ThisWeek News reports on LifeCare Alliance, which delivers 840,000 Meals-on-Wheels annually.
College Students Take the “SNAP Challenge”
The "SNAP Challenge" runs February 24 - March 1 and offers participants a view of what life can be like for millions of Americans with low incomes who rely solely on food assistance for each meal.
Take the OSU Food Survey
If you live in Columbus' urban core neighborhoods, take the Mapping the Food Environment survey by The Ohio State University Food Innovation Center.
Farm Bill Passage Protects Food Assistance in Franklin County
With the passage of the Agricultural Act of 2014 -- better known as the federal Farm Bill -- nearly a quarter of a million Franklin County residents each month will be able to rely on federal food assistance to help feed their families.
Under the new Farm Bill, current SNAP recipients here in Franklin County, nearly half of which are children, shouldn't anticipate any reduction to their benefits, according to the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.
Learn more about the Farm Bill's impacts on Hunger here.Read More
Students, ‘living lab’ could fight hunger in South Linden
The Columbus Dispatch• Monday February 3, 2014
By Encarnacion Pyle
St. Stephen’s Community House in South Linden hopes to create heroes in the fight against hunger — the kids in the neighborhood.
The charitable group plans to plant a garden on a patch of city parkland where children would grow fruits and vegetables with the help of 2,000 farm-raised, finger-length fish.
Large School Districts Breakfast Participation
Studies show children starting their day with a nutritious breakfast has a direct and positive impact on their ability to learn. Of the low-income students at Columbus City Schools who eat school lunch, 61% participate in the School Breakfast Program.Read More
Feeding Hungry Minds and Bodies
With roughly 750,000 children in Ohio not knowing where their next meal is coming from, it is important for our communities to ensure all children are fed regular, nutritious meals and develop lifelong healthy eating habits.Read More
Changing Face of Hunger in Columbus
Hunger Hurts Us All in Franklin County
Coming Together Around What's Working in Columbus
Helping Families Stretch Their Dollars