FRAC’s Hunger Doesn’t Take a Vacation report finds that 3 million children participated in the Summer Nutrition Programs on an average weekday in July 2016.
I joined FRAC’s communications team with the hope of learning more about public health policy and advocacy and the nonprofit sector more generally. My internship has been deeply rewarding.
Clarissa Hayes, child nutrition policy analyst at the Food Research & Action Center (FRAC), recently led a conversation on summer meals with the American Dairy Association North East at the Big 30 Forum in New Jersey.
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What’s at a summer meals site?
Free nutritious meals and snacksDownload the infographic
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Quote of the Day: Hunger doesn’t take a vacation. Summer meals matter. – FRAC President Jim WeillDownload the infographic
3M children ate summer meals in July 2016.Download the infographic
A report on the reach of summer breakfast and a companion piece to FRAC’s Summer Nutrition Status Report: Hunger Doesn’t Take a Vacation, released on June 13, which focuses on summer lunch participation.Read the report