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    New survey of teachers finds 3 out of 5 U.S. teachers say they have students who regularly come to school hungry.

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    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Learn how the Los Angeles No Kid Hungry campaign is helping connect kids to school breakfast.

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News from No Kid Hungry

October 7, 2016

On Sunday, October 9, at 9:00 P.M. EST, the candidates square off for their second debate in a town hall format. Anchors Martha Raddatz and Anderson Cooper will be taking questions from audience members as well as those posed by internet sources, including the website operated by the Open Debate Coalition.

September 9, 2016

There are new numbers out this week showing that fewer kids and families are going hungry. According to the USDA, we’re seeing the lowest levels of food insecurity since the 2008 recession.

CFPA's Nutrition Action Alerts provide readers with timely updates on food and nutrition policies affecting low-income Californians. We only send out alerts as needed. On average, you can expect three or four per month. Some months are slower and others are busier.  For more information go to:

State Activities

End Childhood Hunger

State Priorities

  • School Breakfast
  • Child and Adult Care Food Program
  • Nutrition Education

If you need assistance connecting to these programs or are seeking food resources, please the LA Regional Food Bank. 


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