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We concluded our annual Together at the Table: Hunger & Poverty Summit with a powerful conversation between Congressman Joaquin Castro and Judge Ken Starr centered on public policy around reducing hunger and poverty in our nation. By coming together to discuss important issues like these, despite our differences, we can move forward toward a unified solution.
Missed the event? Watch the interview here.
The Texas Hunger Initiative has compiled the Texas results from the National Summer Meals Sponsor Survey, conducted by Share Our Strength’s Center for Best Practices and the Food Research and Action Center.
Thanks to our partners for sharing this data, as we—together—seek to serve more children more effectively. View the report online.
House Speaker John Boehner announced the appointment of Jeremy Everett to the 10-member, bipartisan National Commission on Hunger.
Established in January 2014, the Commission is charged with providing policy recommendations to Congress regarding programs and funds to combat domestic hunger and food insecurity. Learn more.
In Texas, where 27.6 percent of children are considered food insecure, the public school system is a principle infrastructure for reigning in childhood hunger.
To assist in those efforts, the Texas Hunger Initiative presents the second edition of the Texas School Breakfast Report Card. We hope it will serve as a timely resource for Texas schools, ensuring that all students have access to a nutritious breakfast.