AAPI Voices: When Food is a Love Language
What is the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act?
The CARES Act provides additional relief for families and workers impacted by the public health and economic crisis resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
School Nutrition Heroes: On the Front Lines of COVID-19
As schools close across the country, school nutrition professionals are joining first responders on the front lines of the emergency response to COVID-19.
COVID-19, USDA, and Other Policy Updates
Millions of kids who rely on school meals are losing access to the food they depend on as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds. Here’s what you can do to help.
What is Child Nutrition Reauthorization, or CNR?
If you’re involved in child health in any way, you’ve probably been hearing the words “child nutrition reauthorization,” or CNR, get tossed around. What is CNR, and why should you care?
How FoodCorps is Responding to COVID-19
Following the lead of our partners, FoodCorps is dedicating our resources to supporting kids, schools, and communities through this challenging time.
FoodCorps Statement on COVID-19
We stand with our school communities in navigating this public health crisis—one that is exacerbated by disturbing structural inequity in our country’s education and health systems.
Our Take on New USDA Proposed Changes to School Meals
In January, the USDA proposed some changes to school meal rules that could undermine kids’ health. Here’s where we stand on the proposal.
We’re Answering Your Last-Minute Application Questions
Our recruitment team is holding two open office hours webinars to answer all your last-minute questions about applying to serve with FoodCorps.
How to Get Kids to Eat Their Vegetables in the Lunch Room
In 2009, Curt Ellis co-founded FoodCorps to provide young people with a platform to impact the U.S. food system—starting with schools.
School Breakfast: 4 Things to Know
This National School Breakfast Week, learn how schools around the country feed millions of kids a healthy breakfast every day.