Tell Your Hunger Story
We all use stories to communicate with each other. Stories are one of the most effective ways to understand the real life situations our friends and neighbors experiencing hunger face.
By hearing stories, we can understand what it is like to visit a pantry, how helpful food distributions can be to help a family make ends meet, and impact of nutrition assistance programs like FoodShare (SNAP) and P-EBT.
Stories help our Members of Congress and funders understand the importance of programming and policy in ending hunger.
If you have a story you would like to share, please take ae moment and fill out one of these brief story forms. Your voice and your story matter.