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Advocacy Blog

  • Washington D.C.

ACCFB Goes to Washington

11 Oct, 2023|0 Comments

September was National Hunger Action Month, and it was no better time to lobby our members of Congress. Every five years, a giant piece of legislation called the Farm Bill is passed, but it

  • Above: Hunger Action Week attendees meet with Senator Nancy Skinner in May 2022.

Community Power Leads to Advocacy Wins

30 Mar, 2023|0 Comments

An Invitation to Hunger Action Week By 6:45 on a surprisingly chilly May morning in 2019, the St. Mary’s Center parking lot was already starting to fill up with people who were drowsy