Get the App

Information on the 2019 conference app will be available in early 2019.

Information on the 2018 conference app:

The 2018 Conference App is web-based and not available in the app store on your mobile device.

 To access the app:

  1. Visit and enter in event key: Anti-hunger
  2.  Create an account, then you’re ready to access the app.

Trouble logging in? If you used the Conference App, you may have trouble logging back in if your email was not verified with ConnectGo! in the 14-day grace period and your account was deleted. But don’t worry! In just a few steps you can access the app and be on your way to viewing presentations, speaker bios, and more.  Please either watch this video, or follow the steps below.

To regain access, you will need to create a new account by signing up for ConnectGo! once more.  Please fill out the five spaces for:

    “First Name”
–    “Last Name”
–    “Email Address”
–    “Create Password”
–    “Confirm Password”

Then click, create account.

 Please make sure to verify your email address by clicking the link in the verification email you will receive from ConnectGo!. 

 You will now have access to the web-based Conference App.

If you are having additional issues please try clearing your browser cache and repeating these steps.Or, contact Lauren Badger for assistance.

How to save as an icon on your home screen on phone:
iPhone (using Safari):
Once in the mobile site – click the center icon at the bottom of screen (arrow pointing up).
to the right on the bottom panel to find the plus sign icon – 
The Mobile site will now appear as an icon on your phone’s home screen.

Once in the mobile site – click the 3 dots on the top right side.
Then click “Add to Home Screen.”
Rename the page- however you’d like it to appear on your Home screen (or leave the default name) – Click Add.
The Mobile site will now appear as an icon on your phone’s home screen.

“I’ve been attending the National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference for over 10 years now and each year the content has been relevant to the policy work I am currently doing and informs the work I will begin. I leave inspired and with a pocket full of new tools, new allies and renewed inspiration for the hard work that waits for me back at home.”
Jessica Bartholow, Legislative Advocate, Western Center on Law and Poverty (CA)