This election season, #VoteForSchoolFood. 

Election season is here, and the stakes are high. Your elected officials make decisions that affect students’ well-being—in and out of the cafeteria. That means you have a say in shaping kids’ access to food in your community. Use the FoodCorps Voter Guide to learn about the policies that affect kids’ health and ask your candidates about their positions on the issues. Together, we can build an equitable, resilient school food system that nourishes every child, regardless of race, place, or class. Read more about our vision for policy change here.

Download the Voter Guide

Not sure where your polling place is? Curious who’s on the ballot in your area? Visit our civic center to make a plan to vote in this election. You can also sign up for FoodCorps policy alerts to get the latest updates on policies for healthy schools and healthy kids. 

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FoodCorps is a non-partisan, non-profit organization. FoodCorps staff and FoodCorps AmeriCorps members may not participate in any partisan or seemingly partisan activities during work time charged to a Corporation for National and Community Service funded grant or while earning AmeriCorps service hours. No federal funds were used to prepare or distribute these advocacy actions.