In the News

Our eight member food banks are constantly working to reduce hunger and food insecurity in Pennsylvania. Below, read the latest news about hunger relief efforts throughout the state.

Join us for National School Breakfast Week!

February 28, 2019   School breakfast is a healthy way to start the day!  Join us on March 6th at 9:15 a.m. for Hear the Pennsylvania Crunch! and take a bite out of an apple to help show the importance of school breakfast!  Hear the Pennsylvania Crunch! is organized by Feeding Pennsylvania to spread the message that every […]

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Feeding PA News and Updates

February 19, 2019

Healthy Pantry Initiative: Meet our Registered Dietitian! Meet Megan Greevy, Healthy Pantry Initiative Program Coordinator and registered dietitian.  Megan completed her undergraduate degree in Nutrition at Mansfield University, then went on to do her dietetic internship and master’s degree through East Carolina University in North Carolina.  Prior to joining Feeding PA, Megan worked in healthcare […]

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Wolf Administration Urges Pennsylvanians to Support Local Food Banks in Wake of Partial Federal Government Shutdown

February 8, 2019

Harrisburg, PA – Department of Human Services (DHS) Secretary Teresa Miller and Department of Agriculture Deputy Secretary for Market Development Cheryl Cook today joined the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank and Feeding Pennsylvania to urge Pennsylvanians to support their local food banks following the partial federal government shutdown. Every day, families turn to their local food banks to […]

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Fill a Glass with Hope® 2019 Press Release

January 4, 2019

2019 Fill a Glass with Hope® Press Release

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Census: More workers on food stamps despite rise in median income

December 6, 2018

Census: More workers on food stamps despite rise in median income A new U.S. Census report shows more workers are seeking food stamps despite an increase in median wages across the nation, Pennsylvania and Lehigh Valley. (Carol J. Gilmore/Special to The Morning Call) Steve Esack and Eugene TauberContact ReportersCall Harrisburg Bureau Pennsylvania has experienced a steady uptick […]

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Lawmakers Look to Cut Food Waste, Feed the Needy

November 26, 2018

By Philip Brasher and Spencer Chase Provisions expected to be in a new farm bill are designed to reduce the nation’s food waste by encouraging more growers as well as processors and retailers to donate ugly produce and surplus commodities that would otherwise be discarded. Among the provisions is one inserted in the House-passed farm bill to create […]

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