Co-sponsored by Feeding America and the Food Research & Action Center in cooperation with the National CACFP Forum
  • Join 1,000+ of your fellow anti-hunger advocates in Washington, D.C., for two days of “can’t miss” networking opportunities, content-rich sessions, interactive training, and the National CACFP Leadership track, "Transition. Transformation. Triumphant! Moving Forward Together," followed by a day on Capitol Hill. You’ll go home with an arsenal of best practices, innovative advocacy methods, and personal connections to help you better fight hunger in your community, your state, and at the national level.

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  • 2016 Anti Hunger Policy Conference

    What’s New

    Download the draft conference agenda – now expanded to include workshop descriptions and presenters – and register for pre-conference trainings! Learn more about the new CACFP Nutrition Standards and Leveraging Federal Nutrition Resources to Respond to Disasters.

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    Meet Our Speakers

    The conference will kick off with a dynamic opening plenary featuring a conversation with New York Times columnist Charles Blow on race, poverty, and hunger in America.

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    Explore Washington, DC

    Destination DC says it best. Monuments and memorials, eclectic neighborhoods, true local flavor – Washington, DC is a place unlike any other. It’s your home away from home with free museums and America’s front yard.

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“The National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference has been a great opportunity to deepen my knowledge in current food policy issues and best practices in communications strategy for anti-hunger policy. Each year our organization benefits from the excellent resources provided to enrich our work with lawmakers and constituents in advocating for a society that places elimination of hunger at the very top of the list. The skills we have learned have helped us form solid communications plans revolving around supplemental nutrition programs and build relationships with lawmakers and constituents alike. I highly recommend program and communications directors as well as staff attend the National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference. Together we can eliminate hunger in the United States.”
Benjamin Russell, Communications Director, Public Policy Center of Mississippi