Thank you to all who attended the 2023 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference, held from May 7–9. Stay tuned for details on 2024’s conference!
Lobby Day was a huge success at the 2023 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference! This year, we encouraged registrants to participate, if able, in our in-person Lobby Day. Hundreds of anti-hunger advocates traveled to Capitol Hill to meet with their Members of Congress and staff to discuss key anti-hunger priorities. We also encouraged those who were not able to attend in-person to schedule virtual meetings.
The 2022 Virtual National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference featured a virtual lobby day. Attendees scheduled virtual meetings with their Members of Congress and staff advocating for policy priorities detailed throughout the conference. Looking for tips for virtual lobbying? Check out a recording of our pre-conference webinar, Virtual Lobbying is Here to Stay.
Leave behinds, or one-pagers outlining our legislative asks, ensure that elected officials and their staff remember the important anti-hunger policies discussed during your meeting. See below to find the Leave Behinds provided for advocates at the 2023 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference, along with additional resources shared during the conference.
2023 “Leave Behinds” (one-pagers outlining our legislative “asks”):
Farm Bill: Congress Must Protect and Strengthen SNAP, TEFAP, and Other Anti-Hunger Programs
Fiscal Year 2024 Budget and Appropriations Priorities
Tax Credits for Families Are Essential to Addressing Hunger and Must Be Expanded
- Healthy School Meals for All Resource
- Capitol Hill Map
- Feedback from Hill Visits
- Site Visit Guide
- Tips for Virtual Lobby Day