A Network of New Yorkers Working To End Hunger
Hunger Action Network of New York State was founded in 1982 as a membership organization representing emergency food providers and other concerned individuals and organizations sharing the common goal of ending hunger and its root causes, including poverty. Our policy work is driven by the will of our members and our approach is a combination of grassroots organizing and public policy research, education and advocacy.
PEOPLE’S STATE OF THE STATE
Tuesday, January 2, 2018 – Capitol
THE HUMAN RIGHT TO BE FREE FROM HUNGER
At the heart of Philip Alston’s special mission will be one question: can Americans enjoy fundamental human rights if they’re unable to meet basic living standards?
The Farm to Food Bank bill gives tax credits of up to $5,000 to New York farmers who donate fresh produce to emergency food programs.
ALBANY – A wage theft law is on the books in New York State, but there is an effort to close a loophole that allows