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Wellness Tip: Don’t have time to cook brown rice? Try quinoa or whole-wheat couscous, both of which cook in as little as 10 minutes.
Join The Movement Factory, in Lakewood, for their Zumbathon event TONIGHT at 7. Proceeds benefit CHA. Learn more at http://t.co/JDqOPU4jrQ.
New Help Near Me Map
In our community’s fight against hunger and poverty, the effort to help others find food assistance has a new map.
The Hunger Hub Help Near Me Map is a free online interactive map -- with food pantries, soup kitchens and congregate meal locations -- that directs people to the resources closest to them where they can secure food or volunteer in their neighborhood.Read More
Take the #SNAPChallenge in September
The SNAP Challenge gives you a sense of what life is like for millions of low-income Americans facing hunger.
Marking 50th Anniversary of Food Stamp Act
Hunger Hub marks the 50th anniversary of the Food Stamp Act of 1964, groundbreaking legislation to help American families struggling with poverty and hunger.
Learn about the modern-day "SNAP Gap" and the economic impact of federal food assistance in Franklin County today.Read More
Power Up with Free Meals
Starting this Fall, every student in Columbus City Schools will get a free lunch -- along with free breakfast -- regardless of family income.
It’s simple: hungry kids can’t learn. The “Power Up with Free Meals” initiative will have major impacts on both student success and hunger in our city’s urban core.Read More
CHA, Columbus Museum of Art Present Food Challenge for Kids at Local School
Children’s Hunger Alliance has partnered with the Columbus Museum of Art (CMA) to provide educational and enjoyable programs for children at summer meal program sites in Franklin County. CMA's first appearance was at Trevitt Elementary SchoolRead More
Veggie SNAP helps more enjoy fresh produce
For the nearly quarter million area residents who rely on federal food assistance to eat each month, a new effort by Franklin County and the City of Columbus will provide access to fresh fruits and vegetables at local farmers' markets.Read More
Food Aid for Poor Franklin County Families Also Feeds Local Economy and Jobs
Every $5 in federal funds spent on feeding hungry and poor families in Franklin County generates an $8 impact on the county’s economic output.
Hunger Hub unveils a new study by the region's most respected economist showing the impacts of federally-funded food programs on all Central Ohioans, not just those who receive assistance.
Eat Healthy or Pay Rent? Hunger's Nutritional Challenge