Learn About Solutions to Hunger
Could you feed yourself on $4.27 per day? We're challenging you to try. On September 19, take a walk in the shoes of those living with food insecurity every day to raise awareness of hunger in San Diego County and debunk common myths about CalFresh, formerly known as food stamps.
One in four children in San Diego County arrives to school hungry, affecting their ability to concentrate and learn. Eligible children may receive free or reduced price meals to help them succeed in school. Learn how to find out if your family qualifies for help and to apply.
The Hunger Advocacy Network, facilitated by San Diego Hunger Coalition, represents the voice of nearly half a million San Diegans who don’t have ready access to healthy, affordable food by sharing their experiences with policymakers and advocating for improvements to anti-hunger policies and programs.