Your 2023 Child Nutrition Policy Year in Review
Natasha and Pete met in Montana while serving in FoodCorps. They knew early on that they wanted to start a farm together focused on their mutual interest in food and social justice.
A Howell High School graduate has won a national essay contest that aims to raise awareness about hunger in schools and communities across the county.
“It’s amazing to see how many kids are actually interested in tasting vegetables when they’re involved in growing them.”
FoodCorps hopes to “reimagine” the cafeteria experience as one in which school meals become “opportunities for connection over a meal with culturally relevant ingredients in a warm, joyful, and convivial environment.”
Our Reimagining School Cafeterias report illustrates what’s happening in cafeterias nationwide—both the shared challenges and the exciting opportunities.
Building on its impact of direct service in schools, FoodCorps is working on changing the narrative about food in schools and reimagining the cafeteria.
Educators with groups like FoodCorps turn to Elevating Equity to receive professional development focused on how to be anti-racist personally and professionally.
FoodCorps alum Tyrone Thompson is something of a food historian, traveling far and wide on the reservation to remind Native Americans of their roots the best way he knows how — through their stomachs.
Bayvale Elementary’s Nutrition Services Department showed students how to honor people who stepped up after the 9/11 terror attacks.
sweetgreen has committed $1 million to FoodCorps to help bring students’ voice and choice to school lunches.