Lobby Day

Schedule for Lobby Day, Tuesday, February 26, 2019

7:30–8:30 a.m. – A “grab & go” breakfast will be available at the Omni, in the Blue Room.

8:45–9:30 a.m. – Lobby Day Launch, House Ag Committee hearing room, 1300 Longworth House Office Building

We’re pleased to announce that Rep. Alma Adams (D-NC) will provide remarks before we meet with our Members.

9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Capitol Hill Visits

Leave Behinds

Also available during the conference and on the conference app.

Tips to Get You Ready to Rock Capitol Hill

View the slides and watch recording of the 2019 AHPC Capitol Hill Day Prep/Action Steps Webinar. This webinar highlights practical tips for Hill visits, including how to educate new Members of Congress, frame your issues, craft “your ask,” and follow-up from back home. This webinar takes the stress out of your Hill visits and gets you prepared (and excited) to charge Capitol Hill.

New Option to “Opt into” Lobby Day Coordination

Interested in coordinating with other advocates from your state for the National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference Lobby Day on February 26? Use the instructions below to update your registration to the following question: “Would you like to share your contact information with other attendees from your state to coordinate on Lobby Day visits? (Yes/No)”

To opt into Lobby Day coordination, simply choose this option at registered. Already registered? Please log into your registration record and select this option.

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.

“I love attending the National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference because it is the one conference that pays me back all year long!  I acquire a wealth of knowledge and information from the presenters and attendees that I use for the entire year!  I leave every year already excited for the next year!”
Sonja Carvalho, Administrative Manager, Catholic Charities Maine CACFP