Each year WIC announces the Loving Support Award of Excellence program, formerly known as the Loving Support Award of Excellence.
The 2024 application period opens on Oct. 10, 2023 and closes on Dec. 15, 2023.
The purpose of Farm to Food Bank Projects is to (a) reduce food waste at the agricultural production, processing, or distribution level through the donation of food, (b) provide food to individuals in need, and (c) build relationships between agricultural producers, processors, and distributors and emergency feeding organizations through the donation of food.
USDA continues to work with state child nutrition agencies to offer flexibilities in response to public health needs while still promoting nutritious meals during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Farm to School team has cultivated resources, trainings, and technical assistance to help your program grow.
The purpose of this memo is to provide guiding principles that assist state agencies in meeting regulatory requirements. Effective engagement by state agencies with Tribes is essential to meeting the nutrition needs of citizens of Tribal nations.
Project summaries for the 29 TEFAP state agencies that received fiscal year 2022 Farm to Food Bank project funding.
This gallery features e-letters, newsletters, blogs, and articles that highlight nutrition and wellness in Indian Country. These resources can be used as a source of inspiration to learn about what other ITOs and FDPIR programs are doing that has been successful.
During the second year of Farm to Food Bank Project funding, FNS allocated $3.764 million to 24 TEFAP state agencies that submitted plans to implement Farm to Food Bank Projects. Seventeen of those states received FY 2020 funding and seven are newly participating states. The 24 state agencies that received an award are identified in this resource.
Under challenging circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic, school communities have worked tirelessly to ensure children have access to meals.