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04
Feb
Highlights of proposed budget cuts, which could affect food banks and the households they serve, courtesy of PAFCO (Protecting Arizona's Family Coalition)...


17
Dec
Watch Video | Read Publication | On December 14, AAFB participated in a roundtable on poverty and hunger in Arizona, based on a Policy Points Publication co-authored by the Morrison Institute and AAFB...

10
Dec
Have extra citrus on your trees?  Find out more about donating it to our food banks...

10
Dec
On January 13, 2011, the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) released information on School Breakfast demand and participation for 2009-10...

02
Dec
The House of Representatives passed the Senate version of Child Nutrition Reauthorization (CNR) legislation...

22
Nov
A sampling of holiday promotions you can get involved with to benefit AAFB and our member food banks.

09
Nov
Almost 18% of Americans reported in September 2010 that they struggled to afford enough food for their household at times over the last 12 months...

08
Oct
I wanted to take a moment and welcome everyone to the new AAFB website!

28
Sep
The U.S. Census Bureau released a second wave of new data on 2009 poverty levels, income and health insurance, which collectively show the ill effects of the recession on poverty and hunger compared to 2008 data. In general, Arizona’s rural areas were hit the hardest, but no part of the state was immune to the devastating effects of poverty and median household income decreases.

01
Sep
September is Hunger Action Month, where AAFB joins Feeding America, food banks, and anti-hunger advocates nationwide to take action to fight domestic hunger.

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