Tennessee Netted $269M In Benefits Through Pandemic Meal Program For Children

Pandemic-related Benefits Issued To Tennessee Low-income Households Through Electronic Cards Issued By The Federal Food And Nutrition Service Totaled $269,367,286 During Fiscal Year 2020.

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Keeping Hamilton County School Students Fed During COVID shutdowns

When The Coronavirus Found Its Way To Tennessee & Hamilton County Schools Made The Choice To Shut Down On-campus Learning, One Of The First Concerns For Many People Was ‘How Are The Children Going To Eat?’

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Tennessee Families In Need To Receive Food Benefits Soon

The Tennessee Department Of Human Services (TDHS) Announced The Next Round Of The Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Program Which Supports Children Who Receive Free Or Reduced School Meals.

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Efforts Afoot In Chattanooga And Rural Tennessee To Aid Families And Children Struggling With Food Insecurity

Food Insecurity is on the rise in Chattanooga and across Tennessee as many families struggle to access resources during the era of Covid shutdowns.

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