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WHAT TO EXPECT THIS LEGISLATIVE SESSION

1280px-Coloradocapitolhill2Do you think breakfast is the most important meal of the day? And that we should be creating a better future for all Coloradans?

There’s much at stake for Colorado children, seniors and families during the 2015 legislative session at the State Capitol and on Capitol Hill. View our legislative agenda to see what you can expect around hunger-related issues and how you can take action.

WHAT’S AT STAKE FOR COLORADO KIDS IN 2015

Breakfast in the Classroom - by Susan EnglishThis year Congress will consider reauthorization of all child nutrition programs, set to expire in September. These programs need to be protected and sufficiently funded not only to fuel kids with nutritious food, but to create a better future for all Coloradans. Our Colorado delegates have the opportunity to strengthen federal nutrition programs in 2015 and beyond, and voters need to use their voice to ensure a healthier, stronger state where no Coloradan goes hungry anytime of the year.

 

CHEER ON THE AVALANCHE & HELP END HUNGER

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Want to show your support for Hunger Free Colorado and the Colorado Avalanche?

Join us for the Avalanche game on Friday, Jan. 30! A portion of ticket sales will benefit our innovate work to ensure no Coloradan goes hungry anytime of the year.

2014: A YEAR OF PROGRESS

2014 Hungry for Change PlateLast year marked a time of great progress in eradicating hunger across Colorado. Through innovation, collaboration and the power of community, our state is breaking down barriers to provide all Coloradans with access to nutritious food. See some of highlights from 2014 via the link below.

Thank you to all who have contributed to our work to ensure no Coloradan goes hungry, and we look forward to your continued support in 2015!