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Six Cities Receive NLC Grants for Anti-Hunger Campaigns

In a comprehensive campaign to combat childhood hunger at the local level, NLC has selected six member cities to receive grants totaling $750,000 and intensive technical assistance to launch mayor-led city-wide anti-hunger campaigns. The cities selected for the CHAMPS: Cities Combating Hunger grant include: Allentown, Pennsylvania Durham, North Carolina Jackson, Mississippi Little Rock, Arkansas Miami

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Fourteen Cities are Working Together with NLC to Combat Childhood Hunger

In an effort to build citywide campaigns to reduce hunger in local communities, the National League of Cities (NLC) is bringing fourteen cities to Kansas City, Missouri, in late May to participate in the CHAMPS Cities Combating Hunger Leadership Academy, with these cities becoming eligible for grants and technical assistance to meet their goals. Cities

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How Cities Are Helping Children Get The Nutrition They Need

It’s no secret that city leaders are committed to improving child nutrition and enrichment. As part of the Cities Combating Hunger through Afterschool and Summer Meal Programs (CHAMPS) program, over 30 cities are working with the National League of Cities (NLC) to connect kids with better nutrition and enrichment programming — resources that will help them

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Expanding Afterschool Meals in Your Community

Earlier this week, NLC’s Institute for Youth, Education, and Families held a monthly Twitter chat, an interactive communications effort inviting partners, experts, and novices to engage in a conversation on one of the institute’s initiatives. This month’s chat focused on the Economic Opportunity and Financial Empowerment team’s work in expanding afterschool meals. NLC was joined

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