Need for food stamps surges with pandemic

One of the first things Kevin Askew did when he lost his job in March was sign up for SNAP benefits. He’d been working…

SNAP Recipients Turn to Food Banks as Program Funds Run Out

To view the original post and video, click here. PEMBROKE PARK, FLA. (WSVN) – As the partial government shutdown drags on, food stamp recipients…

As Food Insecurity Grows After Irma, Gov’t Approves Disaster SNAP. But It Will Take Time To Start

Rows of brightly colored chairs are set up on the little patch of grass outside FANM, the Haitian Women of Miami, a non-profit group…

We Can’t Break Cycle with Federal Cuts to Nutrition Programs | Opinion

By Paco Vélez The president’s proposed budget would significantly cut critical nutrition programs that provide food to millions of Americans. The budget would cut the Supplemental…

Feeding South Florida Faces Challenges with Proposed Federal Cuts

Boynton Food Bank Faces Challenges with Federal Cuts By Jan Engoren, Sun-Sentinel According to Feeding South Florida, a food bank serving 25 percent of…

Concern Growing Over Proposed Trump Cuts To SNAP Funding

June 22, 2017 6:55 PM By Carey Codd MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Gwen Tolbert is a SNAP recipient. The two-time cancer survivor supplements her meager…

Pembroke Park (June 19, 2017) –   In response to the proposed federal budget cuts, Paco Vélez of Feeding South Florida has released the following…

By Helen Wolt Broward County has the most over all food insecure residents in South Florida. An estimated 15 percent don’t know where their…

Miami Metro Ranks Second Only To Detroit In U.S. Food Stamp Use

By MARVA HINTON The Miami metro area has a higher percentage of households relying on food stamps than nearly every other major metropolitan area…

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