The Solvable Crisis
One-fifth of America’s children
struggle with hunger. But this is a
battle we can win.
Childhood hunger is a crisis in the United States. The economic recession has shattered the financial stability of millions of hard-working Americans, leaving many who once had solid footing struggling to put food on the table.
For many families, economic hardship has become the new
reality. Fuel and food prices are rising while wages remain
low. The economy is slowly recovering, but disasters like
Hurricane Sandy left many families on the financial edge,
facing hunger for the first time. People who used to donate to