Your 2023 Child Nutrition Policy Year in Review
FoodCorps applauds the Biden administration’s plan to lift up children and families, especially those hit hardest by the pandemic.
Food educators support schoolwide health efforts through hands-on learning, school gardens, taste-testing, and farm-to-school practices.
The bipartisan Food and Nutrition Education in Schools Act would support placing dedicated food educators in schools.
FoodCorps announces a new partnership with SEEDS OF CHANGE™, a purpose-driven organic food brand with a mission to change the way people eat.
We must do more than convict—we must show Black kids that their lives are valued by ending the pattern of racist violence.
After 10 years with the organization, our co-founder Cecily Upton is transitioning away from FoodCorps this year.
The American Rescue Plan included a number of wins for national service. What impact will it have on service members?
TV host and producer, Padma Lakshmi and comedian Iliza Shlesinger are teaming up with FoodCorps to promote children’s access to healthy meals.