Dan Egan, most recently a division administrator at the New York State Department of Health, assumed his new role with Feeding NYS on March 4.
Farm Bill negotiations are underway and we have a few tools for you to understand the impacts of the House version of Farm Bill on NYS. Please click on the links. 1. Charity Can’t Make Up Lost SNAP Meals HR 2 IMPACTS 2. Farm Bill impact NY Families graph June 5 2018 3. Farm Bill impact on NY & NY 19th District 4. Farm Bill and New York 5. Farm_Bill_SNAP_Fact_Sheet 6. TEFAP_Fact_Sheet 7. CSFP_Fact_Sheet
The U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee released its version of the 2018 Farm Bill, which presents an opportunity for the Senate to strengthen the national commitment to reducing hunger and supporting agriculture.
Throughout New York State, food insecurity inflicts a heavy toll on the lives of our children, seniors, veterans, disabled and those who work more than one job to make ends meet…
The adopted budget creates the “No Student Goes Hungry” program to provide students with access to healthy, locally-sourced meals to address child hunger…
Anita Paley, most recently the executive director at the Saratoga County Economic Opportunity Council, assumed her new role with FNYS on Sept. 26. Prior to her work at the Council, an anti-poverty organization based in Ballston Spa, Paley held positions at SUNY Empire State College and Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Schenectady County.