National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference

June 3-5, 2024
       Washington, D.C. | Virtually

Sponsored by the Food Research & Action Center in cooperation with the National CACFP Forum
  • The National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference, sponsored by the Food Research & Action Center, and in cooperation with the National CACFP Forum, will be held June 3-5, 2024 in Washington, D.C. Hundreds of anti-hunger advocates will join from across the country to attend content-rich sessions, learn legislative best practices, explore innovative advocacy methods, and form personal connections to help better fight hunger in their communities. The request for proposals is open until March 5, start your proposal now!

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  • Explore Washington, D.C.

    From June 3-5, hundreds of advocates will gather in the nation’s capital for the 2024 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference. We can’t wait to see you next year! Find out about D.C.’s free museums, monuments, and more.

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  • 2023 Conference Agenda

    Learn more about the info-rich sessions that made up this year’s National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference by viewing our 2023 workshop schedule. Stay tuned to find out about this year’s sessions!

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  • Registration

    2024 Registration is now open.

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“The National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference has been a great opportunity to deepen my knowledge in current food policy issues and best practices in communications strategy for anti-hunger policy. Each year our organization benefits from the excellent resources provided to enrich our work with lawmakers and constituents in advocating for a society that places elimination of hunger at the very top of the list. The skills we have learned have helped us form solid communications plans revolving around supplemental nutrition programs and build relationships with lawmakers and constituents alike. I highly recommend program and communications directors as well as staff attend the National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference. Together we can eliminate hunger in the United States.”
Benjamin Russell, Communications Director, Public Policy Center of Mississippi