McGregor students get free meals for four years By Jessie Perrine on Aug 29, 2014 at 9:46 a.m. Brainerd Dispatch All students attending the McGregor School District will get free breakfast and lunch for the next four years, no matter their family’s financial situation. It’s thanks to a federally funded grant via The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. […]
Hunger Persists in Minnesota Despite Economic Upswing Public News Service – MN | September 2014 | Download audio PHOTO: Just released figures from the USDA show that about 11 percent of households in Minnesota were food insecure in 2013, about the same as the year before. Photo credit: Eddie Welker/Flickr. September 4, 2014 ST. PAUL, Minn. – Many […]
Put Monday, Sept. 15 on your to do list. Come out to support Hunger Solutions Minnesota and watch this great documentary. Representatives from Hunger Solutions Minnesota will be in attendance at selected screenings during the day. Connect with a worthy organization and learn how you can throw starfish too. The Starfish Throwers THE STARFISH THROWERS // […]
Important piece in the August edition of Minnesota Physician Illustrates the import of our SNAP Rx and Food Access work. Where you live, what food you have access to can determine your health, your lifespan.
Thank you Turkey To Go!! “A long-standing tradition at the Minnesota State Fair MTGA is proud to announce that a portion of every sale at Turkey To Go will be donated to Hunger Solutions Minnesota, an organization dedicated to ending hunger. This is the seventh straight year of continuing this tradition of giving back.”
Why Hungry Seniors Aren’t Getting Enough To Eat: from NPR Malnourished seniors may be forgotten until they show up in the emergency room, often for another reason like an injury. Ted Gough/Willowpix/iStockphoto When we picture hungry Americans, we may see the faces of children, or single moms. But many of the people who struggle to […]
from Molly Priesmeyer Earlier this week, during National Night Out, I took my dog for a walk through the mazes of bouncy castles and water guns and smoking BBQ pits. We were wandering interlopers. Gathering snapshots of the blocks and communities that surround us. A woman came over with her kids and asked if she […]
By Christopher Magan email@example.com There’s a new sign on the doors to Stillwater Junior High School inviting hungry students and their families inside for “Free Summer Meals.” In the cafeteria, manager Sheryl Johnson oversees the typical lunchtime crowd of students in district summer programs and children in day care. There also are a growing number […]