AAPI Voices: When Food is a Love Language
The Garden as a Safe Space
Healing occurs through every aspect of gardening.
FoodCorps and School Food Focus to Merge: Your Questions Answered
Want to know more? We address your questions here.
School Food Focus and FoodCorps to merge, uniting champions of healthy school meals
FoodCorps today announced it will bring the work of School Food Focus into its existing operations connecting kids to healthy food in schools. This move boosts FoodCorps’ ability to support schools across the country in procuring more local, nutritious foods for their cafeterias, providing kids with access to healthier school meals.
A Day in the Life of a FoodCorps Service Member: Rocky Mount, NC
What is it really like to be a FoodCorps service member? Follow Rhea Singh as she takes you through a day of service in Rocky Mount, North Carolina.
8 Times FoodCorps Service Members Inspired Us to Act
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. believed in serving others. On what would have been his 89th birthday, FoodCorps AmeriCorps service members across the country honored his life of service by volunteering in their communities.
January 2018 Policy Update
Welcome to 2018 – it’s going to be a busy policy year! In D.C., we anticipate continued advocacy around AmeriCorps funding (more on that below) and Congress will continue debating and drafting the reauthorization of the Farm Bill, which includes some important priorities for FoodCorps.
FoodCorps Alumni Featured on Southern Living
Mississippi alumni Lauren Rhoades and Liz Broussard were profiled in Southern Living’s “30 Incredible Women Moving Southern Food Forward.”