在2020年大选之后，FRAC在制定和执行详细的工作计划方面发挥了关键作用，为Biden-Harris政府做准备，并继续争取Biden-Harris American America救援计划中的关键FRAC优先事项。FRAC还准备了政策文件，以将国会所有新成员的主要目标定义。
结束美国的饥饿感继续得到两党的支持，这对于我们对联邦营养计划的长期支持策略至关重要。自50多年前成立以来，FRAC一直在国会的过道上工作，以通过立法，以改善低收入个人和家庭获得营养计划的机会。从1970年开始，与参议员乔治·麦戈文（D-SD）和鲍勃·多尔（R-KS）合作，到2021年，与参议员黛比·斯塔诺（Debbie Stabenow）（D-MI）和约翰·布兹曼（John Boozman）（R-AR）合作，Frac量身定制它以两党方式进行游说的努力。
In January, Jim Weill stepped down as FRAC’s President after 21 years at its helm. In the same month, FRAC welcomed its new President, Luis Guardia.
authority, measures to ensure that programs — like SNAP, school meals, and WIC — are able to respond as needed and to reach households during the crisis.
As part of its 50th anniversary commemorations, FRAC sponsored a Washington Post Live event that highlighted the impact of COVID-19 with the release of Not Enough to Eat: COVID19 Deepens America’s Hunger Crisis and a discussion on how to address the short- and long- term fallout of the pandemic, including expanding the reach of the federal nutrition programs.
今年从联邦政府shutdow开始n, which threatened millions of Americans’ access to the federal nutrition programs, so FRAC took numerous steps, such as releasing official statements and creating a toolkit, to advocate for ending the shutdown so that struggling households could access the federal nutrition programs. Alarmed by the proposed public charge rule, FRAC coordinated with its national network of partners, including Protecting Immigrant Families (PIF), to reject the proposed rule by providing a platform for partners and other advocates to submit comments. During this time, FRAC began serving as the nutrition lead on the steering committee for the PIF Campaign, which leads efforts against attacks on the nation’s health and well-being. All year long SNAP was constantly being challenged, so FRAC held firm on protecting SNAP from, for example, two proposed rule changes: Categorical Eligibility and the Standard Utility Allowance. FRAC again created comment platforms, replete with templates and other resources, for each. Child nutrition was also in the spotlight with the Child Nutrition Reauthorization due. FRAC authored numerous resources and partnered with other organizations to promote several proposed child nutrition bills and to reiterate why a strong Child Nutrition Reauthorization bill is important for helping end childhood hunger.
FRAC reports that the latest research shows school meals improve food security, dietary intake, and weight outcomes.
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack, Senator Lisa Murkowski, and End Hunger Connecticut! received honors at FRAC’s 26th Annual Benefit Dinner.
FRAC supports new USDA rules for healthier meals and snacks in the Child and Adult Care Food Program, an important step in addressing the nutritional shortfalls in our nation’s children’s diets and helping to tackle the nation’s obesity problem.
FRAC’sHunger Doesn’t Take A Vacation，它的年度参与夏季餐点显示了自2008年以来的夏季营养计划的首次增长。2014年的报告显示了五％的增长，这在很大程度上是由于FRAC，USDA和其他国家组织的共同努力，以改善参与参与。在这个程序中。
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New polling data from FRAC show deep support for ending hunger and strong opposition to cutting food assistance programs, including SNAP. Support for SNAP and efforts to end hunger cut across party lines.
FRAC spearheads the implementation of community eligibility in the first round of pilot states. Community eligibility, included in the 2010 child nutrition bill, will allow high-poverty school districts to serve free school meals to students. FRAC also supports the expansion of the Afterschool Meal Programs to every state. Both programs are the results of long-term advocacy by FRAC.
FRAC releases its first “food hardship” study, which looks at a household’s ability to afford enough food, and contains data for not just the nation but also for every congressional district. This unprecedented study finds that nearly one household in six says they struggled to afford enough food.
FRAC launchesFRAC Focus: Obesity and Poverty这是一个独特的电子期间，强调了美国饥饿，贫穷和肥胖的交集。
FRAC marks its 40-year anniversary at the annual benefit dinner.
FRAC and allies obtain substantial improvements in refundable child tax credit rules that provide billions of dollars in help to low-income working families with children.
FRAC launches anti-recession website www.realstimulus.org and leads effort that obtains $20 billion in food stamp improvements in economic recovery act.
FRAC，州官员，老年倡导者和其他反猎人盟友在2008年的食品券法案中获得了超过100亿美元的10年额外资金（现在更名为“补充营养援助计划”或SNAP），包括首次提升in the program’s minimum benefit in more than 30 years.
Congress enacts FRAC’s initiative to reform the summer food program nationwide, cutting red tape and increasing reimbursements to reach more children.
FRAC opens second state office, Maryland Hunger Solutions, to combat hunger and improve nutrition in the state.
FRAC and D.C. Hunger Solutions, along with Share Our Strength, launch ambitious Partnership to End Childhood Hunger in the Nation’s Capital.
FRAC问题School Wellness Policy and Practice: Meeting the Needs of Low-Income Studentsto focus benefits of the new federal wellness policy mandate on those most in need.
FRAC and allies successfully stop deep budget cuts in food stamps and other nutrition programs supporting low-income people.
FRAC launches D.C. Hunger Solutions to combat hunger and improve nutrition in the District of Columbia.
FRAC launches每周新闻摘要which becomes the basic news source for thousands of advocates and stakeholders around the country on developments in anti-hunger, anti-poverty, and related areas.
FRAC and anti-hunger and immigrant allies obtain further restoration of benefits for hundreds of thousands of legal immigrants, significantly improved access to benefits for working families, and other important improvements in the Food Stamp Reauthorization Act of 2002.
FRAC obtains federal, state, and local administrative initiatives in food stamps to reverse the caseload decline among eligible people and make the program accessible to low-income working families.
FRAC joins other anti-hunger and immigrant groups in leading the successful drive to reverse a 1996 law and restore food stamp benefits to one-quarter of a million immigrant children, seniors, and refugees.
FRAC spearheads efforts that improve and expand afterschool food, school breakfast, and other programs in the 1998 child nutrition reauthorization legislation.
FRAC and national anti-hunger partners lead Hunger Has A Cure campaign, key pieces of which are included in the 1997 Balanced Budget Act.
USDA and the Census Bureau release the first-ever government study of the number of hungry Americans, using methodology adapted from FRAC’s Community Childhood Hunger Identification Project surveys.
FRAC provides key leadership in the successful struggle to preserve the entitlement status of federal nutrition programs under assault in Congress.
FRAC organizes a national coalition, Save Our Nation’s Nutrition Programs, endorsed by 500 organizations across the country.
Release of FRAC’s学校早餐记分卡brings nationwide attention to the fact that only one-third of the low-income children receiving school lunch also get school breakfast. The report’s release contributes to passage of state mandates requiring schools with a high proportion of low-income students to serve breakfast.
FRAC releases the most comprehensive nationwide study of childhood hunger ever conducted — the Community Childhood Hunger Identification Project —which estimates that 1 in 8 children under the age of 12 in this country is hungry.
FRAC marks 20 years of fighting hunger with its first annual dinner – honoring House Speaker Thomas Foley and Senate Republican Leader Bob Dole. Both express their commitment to ending domestic hunger and pay tribute to FRAC’s contributions to this cause.
FRAC releases喂另一半, documenting the serious consequences of inadequate nutrition for low-income women, infants, and children eligible for, but not served by, WIC. The report is instrumental in gaining a significant funding boost for WIC.
FRAC’s research and lobbying are central to the enactment of the Child Nutrition Amendments of 1989, which expand the availability of meals for low-income children in the summer and provide incentives for school breakfast expansion.
FRAC’sFuel for Excellence, a guide to the School Breakfast Program, is the launching pad for a multi-year National School Breakfast Expansion Campaign with 70 national partners.
FRAC问题The Widening Gap— a report documenting the increasing disparity between black and white infant death rates in the United States. It focuses public attention on the relationship between infant mortality and poor nutrition among low-income mothers.
FRAC’s policy analysis, testimony, and leadership of the nationwide anti-hunger network play a key role in blunting the effect of proposals for massive cutbacks in nutrition programs.
FRAC’s research and field network play a crucial role in the adoption of the landmark Food Stamp Act of 1977, which improves access to the program for millions.
FRAC wins a court order to release $35 million in funds impounded from the Elderly Feeding Program. The released funds are used to increase the number of people served.
FRAC wins two lawsuits in the United States Supreme Court that prevent exclusion of thousands of participants from the Food Stamp Program.
FRAC is founded in New York City. FRAC pursues lawsuits in 26 states that ultimately lead to a requirement that every state must operate in all counties either a food stamp or a commodity distribution program to feed the poor.