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AAFB in the Media

The Association of Arizona Food Banks promotes vision of "A Hunger Free Arizona" in the media.

The Federal Government Shutdown
  • AAFB President & CEO Angie Rodgers on KJZZ
            Arizona Food Banks Bracing for Govenrment Shutdown Effects
            Food Stamp Recipients Warned To Budget Early Payments Amid Shutdown
  • AAFB President & CEO Angie Rodgers on ABC News
            Unpaid federal workers get help from food banks during government shutdown
            Arizonans to receive SNAP benefits early due to government shutdown
            Food stamp recipients told to ration benefits

Please see our Members' media pages for individualized responses.
Farm Bill
  • AAFB President & CEO Angie Rodgers in Tucson.com 
​           Arizona's working poor at risk of losing food help
           Harsh requirements hurt those needing food assistance

School Meals
  • AAFB Children/Youth Outreach Manager Monique Cordova with Office Assistant Sean Greene on Telemundo
            Ofrecen alimentos gratis durante el verano
  • AAFB President & CEO Angie Rodgers on KJZZ
           Free Food Programs Ramp Up Production In Response To Arizona's Poverty Rate
  • AAFB President & CEO Angie Rodgers on KTAR
​            Arizona group aims to give free meals to more low-income students
  • AAFB on the school walk-out on 12News
​           How will the walkout affect kids who depend on school meals? 
  • AAFB President & CEO Angie Rodgers in the AZ Central
​           600,000 students in Arizona depend on school lunch. What happens during the walkout?
  • AAFB President & CEO Angie Rodgers on KJZZ
​           Arizona Provision Could Result In Free Lunches For Students