1 in 6 Texans live in food insecure homesHow many near you?
Celia Cole, Published April 12, 2018
Cutting programs that help families meet basic needs is never a responsible approach to helping them succeed.
Celia Cole, Published August 28, 2017
At this point in the disaster, the best form of support is financial.
Celia Cole, Published May 24, 2017
We call on every member of the Texas Congressional delegation to reject these reckless and cruel proposals.
Celia Cole, Published May 23, 2017
These cuts are a direct attack on nearly 3 million Texans who are struggling to keep up with the rising cost of living in our state.
Celia Cole, Published May 10, 2017
Yesterday, petty politics prevailed over a bipartisan consensus in the Texas legislature to help hungry kids.
Lyda Hill, Published May 3, 2017
Feeding with Impact has the potential to become a national model for reducing food waste.
Celia Cole, Published April 13, 2017
Children should never be shamed when their family falls on hard times.
Celia Cole, Published December 7, 2016
This report clearly and unambiguously heralds SNAP as a vital lifeline that is essential in protecting the most vulnerable citizens during tough times.
Celia Cole, Published November 21, 2016
Our new President should recommit America to one of our most important, bipartisan and widely agreed-upon beliefs – that nobody in our nation should go hungry.
Published November 1, 2016
Celia Cole, Published September 7, 2016
The Texas economy is strong, but it is leaving too many people behind.
Celia Cole, Published August 12, 2016
This program is a win-win for hunters, landowners, processors and Texans who are struggling to make ends meet.
Celia Cole, Published June 30, 2016
It is unacceptable that Congress is debating cuts to programs like school lunch when so many families are struggling to afford food.
Celia Cole, Published June 14, 2016
When children don’t have access to good nutrition in the summer they lose ground, and don’t go back to school ready to learn.
Celia Cole, Published June 9, 2016
Gambling with families’ basic needs is no way to advance core national goals like ending child hunger.
Celia Cole, Published February 16, 2016
Texas’ strong performance illustrates our commitment to ensuring every child starts the school day nourished and prepared to learn.
Celia Cole, Published January 6, 2016
Hunger is a problem that we cannot afford to ignore, but that we can afford to solve.
Published November 23, 2015
Celia Cole, Published September 9, 2015
We are faced with a chronic hunger problem in the U.S.
Celia Cole, Published June 1, 2015
Texas needs to seek alternative ways to feed our children when school lets out.
Published May 13, 2015
Celia Cole, Published April 17, 2015
This study demonstrates that low-income Texans are still fighting to benefit from our economic miracle.
Celia Cole, Published April 7, 2015
SNAP is a proven tool to solve hunger. Our elected leaders should act to help, not hurt struggling families.
Celia Cole, Published February 24, 2015
SNAP is integral to our statewide goal of filling the "meal gap" experienced by food insecure Texans.
Celia Cole, Published February 10, 2015
This improvement reflects Texas’ commitment to ensure students start each day nourished and ready to learn.
Celia Cole, Published December 19, 2014
It’s not right that such want should exist in a state as wealthy as Texas, a state so blessed with agricultural abundance.
Published November 25, 2014
Celia Cole, Published November 6, 2014
Our clients are facing chronic needs. To break this cycle, we must do more to address the causes of hunger.
Celia Cole, Published October 23, 2014
These numbers show that far too many of our neighbors are facing difficult times.
Celia Cole, Published September 18, 2014
Texas leads the nation in opportunity, but too many hard-working Texans are still struggling to make ends meet.
Celia Cole, Published September 4, 2014
What these data tell us is that low-income Texans continue to stumble on the road to economic recovery.
Celia Cole, Published June 2, 2014
We still only reach a small portion of those who need food during the summer months. We know that sites can and want to do more.
Celia Cole, Published April 21, 2014
Studies like these underline how hunger can persist even when the economy seems to be getting better.
Published March 26, 2014
Celia Cole, Published January 29, 2014
This farm bill must be the last time that hungry Americans are made to suffer.
Celia Cole, Published January 22, 2014
Texas has done a good job making this program available, but students clearly still face barriers and stigma in order to eat breakfast before the first bell.