Lobby Day

Leave Behinds

Be sure to download the Lobby Day Leave Behinds (pdf files) for your Capitol Hill visits:

Conference attendees have the opportunity on the third day of the conference to go to Capitol Hill to meet with their Members of Congress and staff regarding policy priorities outlined throughout the conference. The day will begin by hearing brief remarks from a few Members who are significant to our work (i.e. Members who sit on the Senate Agriculture Committee). FRAC and Feeding America staff can assist in scheduling visits prior to arrival in DC. Hill visit materials are supplied to all conference attendees.

For assistance in scheduling your Hill visits or for other inquiries regarding Lobby Day contact Kate Sims at FRAC or Jasmine Dickerson at Feeding America.

President, Congress must protect programs that keep hunger at bay

Op-ed in The Hill by Jim Weill, president of the Food Research & Action Center, and Diana Aviv, chief executive officer of Feeding America.

Lobbying 101 Webinar

Is this your first National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference? Will this be your first time making Hill visits to your Members of Congress?

Click here for slides from FRAC and Feeding America’s “Lobbying 101” webinar. These slides will prepare you for just about everything you’ll need to know and do for your Hill visits — from what you need to bring to DC to how to make your pitch. On the webinar, we discussed persuasive advocacy strategies from seasoned lobbyists guaranteed to provide you with helpful advice for your meetings. The webinar also highlight practical tips for Hill visits, including how to frame your issues, craft “your ask,” and how to follow-up from back home.

Download FRAC’s Tips for Capitol Hill Visits: Arranging Your Visit (pdf).

 

“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)