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NEW FOOD STAMP IMPACT REPORTS RELEASED

Food Stamp Impact Reports 2017

One year after the release of the first-ever Food Stamp Impact Reports, Colorado counties have measurably improved enrollment for eligible residents, but Colorado still ranks 45th nationally for access in the program.

Our new reports detail the efficiency and effectiveness of the state-supervised, county-administered program, federally known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP. View the new data and proposed solutions to continue the positive momentum.

HOW HUNGER IS LIKE A RUBIK’S CUBE

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Our CEO, Kathy Underhill, reflects on the past year and looks ahead to 2017…and succinctly explains how hunger is like a Rubik’s Cube.

“We need you, now more than ever, to ensure all Coloradans have enough healthy food to thrive and reach their potential.”

JOIN US: DAY AT THE CAPITOL, FEB. 7

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Join leaders from across the state for “Hungry for Change: Day at the Capitol” on Tuesday, Feb.7. We’ll share our stories and experiences with legislators to shift the perception of hunger and ensure every Coloradan has the fuel they need to thrive and reach their potential. Plus, the statewide Hunger Through My Lens exhibit will be on display. RSVP online today!

FOOD STAMP ACCESS IN SKI RESORT COUNTIES

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‘Tis the season for powder days and tourists hitting the slopes. But what about those residing and working in Colorado ski resort communities who are struggling to make ends meet and put healthy food on their tables?

Our new report looks at food stamp access, including trends, barriers and opportunities in the four ski resort counties of Eagle, Pitkin, Routt and Summit.