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FoodCorps connects kids to healthy food in school.
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FoodCorps Apr 21
FoodCorps service member Delaney thought she would leave her hometown after college. Instead, she learned what her hometown offered.
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Tisch Food Center Apr 20
Heading to ? With the House Farm Bill now in play, join us to chat about Farm (Bill) to Cafeteria: Advocating for Change w/
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FoodCorps Apr 20
"Cecily Upton, a FoodCorps co-founder and its vice president of innovation and strategic partnerships, said programs like the one Harkin started offer a chance for students to sample something new and different."
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FoodCorps Apr 19
With the help of local employees, FoodCorps service members and students are planting seeds for a brighter future.
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FoodCorps Apr 18
SNAP helps feed nearly 20 million children. That’s why Congress must ensure that the final farm bill protects SNAP.
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FoodCorps Apr 17
Do you believe that is ? Purchasing a limited-edition t-shirt or hoodie, you'll support FoodCorps' work to ensure every child—regardless of race, place, or class—has access to healthy food in school. Get yours now:
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FoodCorps Apr 16
"FoodCorps not only helps kids to grow up healthy but gives service members the experiences and tools to one day address larger systemic issues that result in hunger." Support from enables this vital work!
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FoodCorps Apr 13
By proposing significant, harmful cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps, Congress is leaving behind large numbers of families across the nation.
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FoodCorps Apr 13
Sometimes you go on and have to leave your seedlings at school, so you write a letter wishing them the best.
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FoodCorps Apr 12
"If in schools is to truly help dig our nation’s children out of hunger, it must focus less on the deductive and more on the constructive." — FoodCorps alumna Lauren in her winning essay for
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FoodCorps Apr 11
We're thrilled to be featured in the new report! Check it out:
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Jose Estrada Apr 6
Student-grown produce at Moenkopi Day School in Tuba City, AZ, is on this elementary school’s cafeteria lunch line—a Hopi Nation first. Thanks to joint work by &
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Emily McDonald Apr 10
Student-grown produce at Moenkopi Day School in AZ, is on the school's cafeteria lunch line - a Hopi Nation first! Great program supported by &
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FoodCorps Apr 11
To create a healthy community, writes native and former FoodCorps employee , change must be led from within.
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FoodCorps Apr 9
"The public health gains of such efforts would almost certainly dwarf any single medical innovation or intervention we could discover." — FDA Commissioner on improving diet and exercise. Read 's take:
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FoodCorps Apr 4
The people have spoken! We asked you to vote on our next t-shirt design, and it was a landslide. Actual t-shirt will be available soon. Sign up to be the first to know when they go on sale:
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FoodCorps Apr 4
"The one bit of good news: The kids are all right."
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FoodCorps Apr 4
Dr. King was assassinated fifty years ago today. We honor his legacy of service by fighting for fairness, justice, and equality everywhere. is
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FoodCorps Apr 3
Thank you so much for having us!
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FoodCorps Apr 3
A10: FoodCorps service members engage students to help make healthier choices through taste tests and hands-on cooking & gardening activities! Kids who cook and grow their own food are more likely to eat it.
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