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VIRTUAL ACCESS TO THE SUMMIT, SEPT. 27

Though registration has closed for the 2017 Hungry For Change Summit, you can still join the conference virtually on Wednesday, Sept. 27.

We will live stream the keynote address and closing session via our Facebook page. Watch Dr. Maya Rockeymoore of Global Policy Solutions discuss the intersection of hunger and racial justice starting at 9 a.m. Then, tune in at 2:45 p.m. to learn more about The Blueprint to End Hunger in Colorado, a new initiative spearheaded by The Colorado Health Foundation.

Also, follow the conversation and share your thoughts  and photos throughout the day using #HungryforChange on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

We look forward to having you participate in-person or virtually!

FOOD STAMP RULE CHANGE BENEFITS COLORADANS

Good news! More Coloradans who are facing difficult life circumstances and financial challenges will be able to keep their food stamp benefits under a recent set of rule changes unanimously approved by Colorado’s State Board of Human Services. This includes those who are experiencing homelessness.

Thanks to the Colorado Center on Law and Policy for partnering with us and coordinating with the state to adopt these new changes, so more residents can access the fuel they need to thrive and weather life’s storms!

DONATE YOUR EXTRA PRODUCE

Don’t let your extra produce go to waste or end up in a compost pile, because it can serve a greater purpose. Produce for Pantries connects community, school, and home gardeners across the state with local food pantries. Call our statewide food resource hotline at (855) 855-4626 to find a nearby food pantry that accepts fresh-food donations.