FRANKFORT, KY – Feeding Kentucky has purchased 3,408 pounds of Kentucky ground beef with funds from Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance’s historic half-million-dollar donation as part of Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Ryan Quarles’ Kentucky Hunger Initiative. The purchase translates into more than 13,000 4-ounce hamburger patties that will go to vulnerable Kentuckians during
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) — The USDA is preparing to place $2 billion more a month into America’s monthly food stamp payouts. Officials say the move could take a heavy load off the new roles food banks are facing. Currently, the monthly U.S. payout sits at $4.5 billion.
Kentucky and West Virginia have recently been added to a federal pilot program to allow food stamp recipients to purchase groceries online, and Ohio Valley anti-hunger advocates say it’s a good move to improve food accessibility amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Frankfort, KY– Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced today that the Kentucky legal community raised the equivalent of 300,000 meals through donations of food, funds, and volunteer time during the fourth annual Kentucky Legal Food Frenzy campaign.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) — Three Kentucky charities aimed at fighting food insecurity and hunger are getting a big financial boost at a time when food banks around the country are struggling to keep up with the rising demand for their services.
Kentucky TV, radio stations unite in statewide fundraising drive to combat hunger amid COVID-19 pandemic
FRANKFORT, KY – Television and radio stations throughout Kentucky are uniting in a statewide fundraising drive — Kentucky Broadcasters Uniting Against Hunger — to combat hunger and food bank shortages in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Workplaces across the state are closing as a way to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus. As a result, the need for food in Kentucky is rising.
“We have an obligation to ensure that all Kentuckians … have sufficient access to nutritious food.” Attorney General Daniel Cameron
Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced today the launch of the 2020 Legal Food Frenzy, a statewide competition that challenges Kentucky’s legal community to raise resources for hunger relief.