FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky will soon receive an extra $12.8 million per month for its Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits program, and groups fighting hunger in the state say the increase will especially help feed more children.
FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s annual Serving Up Solutions fundraiser is going forward this year, but with a twist. Instead of an in-person dinner to raise funds to combat Kentucky’s food insecurity, the Department is encouraging individuals to give online during a Virtual Day of Giving set
FRANKFORT, Ky. — As the food-insecurity crisis continues, Kentucky growers are stepping in to fill the void. Last year 371 farmers participated in the state’s Farms to Food Banks program, and advocates say a funding boost could help…
In this season of giving, Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Ryan Quarles encourages Kentuckians to remember Kentucky food banks and their partners. “In Kentucky, there are nearly 700,000 Kentuckians, including nearly 200,000 children, who struggle with hunger,” Quarles said in a press release. “That means one in seven adults and one
When the ACCESS Soup Kitchen and Men’s Shelter had to close in March because of the coronavirus pandemic, the facility still fed the public, passing meals and boxes of food through its doors to those who needed them.
Study Shows State and Local Food Insecurity Reached Lowest Levels Since Study’s Inception 10 Years Ago
Frankfort – June 3, 2020 – After nearly ten years, food insecurity levels for most communities across the country, including Kentucky, had reached their lowest levels in 2018, according to a study released by Feeding America. Map the Meal Gap, released today by Feeding America, is the only study that
FRANKFORT, Ky. (KFVS) – The Kentucky Beef Council and The Dairy Alliance have donated 48,000 beef burgers and 114,000 slices of cheese to Feeding Kentucky. “May is beef month and today is National Beef Burger Day, and I cannot think of a better way to celebrate than the announcement that
Kentucky residents age 50 and older are more vulnerable to food insecurity than any other state’s 50-plus population, according to two new studies released by Feeding America.