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Food Today, Food Tomorrow, and Food for All Susannah Morgan, CEO Oregon Food Bank
Food Banking in Oregon
Food Today Collecting food Distributing food Running meal & snack programs
Need for Food Today There were 554,456 Oregon children enrolled in school in 11-12
Need for Food Today 287,249 children were eligible to receive free and reduced price lunch at school That’s 53% - or one in every two children
Need for Food Today 46,211 children receive meals/snacks through CACFP That’s 16% of the kids who receive free/reduced price lunch – at most
Need for Food Today 43,781 children receive meals/snacks through SFSP That’s 15% of the kids who are eligible for free/reduced price lunch – 1 in 7
Need for Food Today We know what happens when kids don’t get enough nutrition
Benefits of CACFP/SFSP It’s all about the kids A stream of federal money The impetus to build community collaborations Knowledge and support from partners
Challenges Federal rules
Food Tomorrow Efforts aimed at decreasing the need for food assistance
Food Tomorrow Includes: SNAP outreach Nutrition education Cooking and budgeting classes Gardening Job training
Food Tomorrow Also Includes: Feeding kids today Teaching kids about how to eat healthy foods Educating parents about nutrition
Food for All Public Awareness Advocacy
Food For All Includes: Legislative advocacy Media Building coalitions Grassroots connections Collecting stories
“It’s up to YOU!”
Together, We Can End Hunger We can organize for Food Today, Food Tomorrow and Food For All
Together, We Can End Hunger We can run the programs that feed kids We can build collaborations in our communities
Together, We Can End Hunger We can be the voices for hungry kids We can insist on an Oregon without hunger
Thank you! Questions?
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