Food, Nutrition, Agriculture

News
Published: 10/21/2014
Michigan is considered a leader in promoting access to healthy foods and a group of funding partners led by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation is making sure the state remains an innovative leader in this effort.
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News type: Newswire



News
Published: 08/19/2014

A new report shows that SNAP incentives offer a successful and scalable approach to increasing access to affordable, healthy food for low-income families, boosting farmer income, and strengthening local economies.

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News type: From the Web
Audience: All Members



News
Published: 03/22/2014
Theresa Bray talks about their support of a food pantry delivering 1.4 million pounds to the community in 2013.
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News type: Member Highlights



Resource
Released: 07/2013

In 2013, the Rockefeller Foundation funded an independent evaluation, conducted by Arabella Advisors, of 12 years of program-related investments (PRIs) made both domestically and internationally.

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Resource Type: EvaluationReport
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Resource
Released: 07/2015

Baby Boomers and Beyond: Facing Hunger after Fifty aims to explore the circumstances of older adults and their households who utilize the Feeding America network of food banks.

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Resource Type: Report
Audience: AgingAll Members



Resource
Released: 08/2015

A vast majority of Americans care about kids eating healthy meals at school to support their health and learning, and want to keep the school nutrition standards. As a follow up to W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s 2010 School Food Poll, we wanted to understand how attitudes have changed since the implementation of the new school food nutrition standards. Five years later, people are more committed than ever to improving healthy food in our schools, on behalf of children.

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Resource Type: SurveyToolkit
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