We are excited to announce the names of the first 25 sessions that will be available at AHPC 2022. The full conference agenda, including information on additional workshops, will be available in the coming weeks.

• Applying a Racial Equity Lens to End Hunger

• Creating Hunger Free Campuses: Building a Cross-Sector Statewide Awareness and Legislative Campaign

• Equitable solutions to food insecurity through community-driven transformation and bold policies to improve health and wholeness

• Food and Mental Health: Lessons on Trauma-Informed Care from Chicago’s Frontlines

• Incorporating Lived-Experience and Utilizing an Equity Lens for Effective Advocacy

• The Restaurant Meals Program: A Critical Program to Improve Food Access and Equity in SNAP

• Toward a More Equitable Future: What Anti-Hunger Advocates Need to Know About Addressing Poverty and Hunger in the LGBTQ Community

• Addressing Senior Hunger Through Older Americans Act Services and SNAP – A State Story

• Breaking Down Communications Barriers in SNAP Access

• Maximizing WIC and WIC Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program Outreach, Innovation, and Program Modernization Funding

• Older Adults: COVID-19 Impacts, Promising Practices, and Lessons Learned to Address Food Insecurity

• Pathway to Free School Meals: Community Eligibility Program

• P-EBT: Lessons Learned for Nationwide Implementation of Summer EBT

• The Road to School Meals for All: learnings from California and Maine to advance and implement state policy

• A Red State and Red District Pitch

• Empowering the Lived Experience of Clientele through the Client Leadership Council

• Homelessness, Incarceration, & the Collective Wisdom of a Speakers Bureau: Empowering Survivors to Effect Change

• Incorporating Lived Experience ‘Early and Always’: Actionable Ways to Involve Community Members in the Work to End Hunger

• Is Inclusivity a Buzzword? Tools for Sustaining Participant Involvement in Decision Making

• On the Cutting Edge of Communication

• Take Care and Take Care of Each Other: Addressing Stress/Burnout Among Federal Nutrition Program Providers and Emergency Food Providers

• Advancing Equity in CACFP Recruitment, Retention, and Data Collection

• CACFP Advocacy Institute: Amplifying Flexibilities, Building Back Better, and Child Nutrition Reauthorization

• Leveraging CACFP for Farm to Early Care and Education Activities

• Boosting Breakfast Participation as the Pandemic Continues

Tuesday, March 15

Wednesday, March 16

Thursday, March 17 – Virtual Lobby Day

“I love attending the National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference because it is the one conference that pays me back all year long!  I acquire a wealth of knowledge and information from the presenters and attendees that I use for the entire year!  I leave every year already excited for the next year!”
Sonja Carvalho, Administrative Manager, Catholic Charities Maine CACFP