• Matthew works at Foodworks food shelf, one of the 353 community organizations that partners with Vermont Foodbank working towards a food-secure vermont.

  • Online ordering with SNAP benefits can make it easier for people to purchase nourishing food from wherever they may be.

  • Like many other college seniors, I am living off campus and providing food for myself, without my parents or a college meal plan, for the first time in my life.

  • Elysia lives in St. Johnsbury and is a community consultant for Vermont Foodbank. She brings her expertise to help improve services and increase access to food for folks in her community.

  • My journey applying for and obtaining 3SquaresVT was not easy. The initial application took me about two hours to complete. I have a lot of experience navigating complex tasks and applications, yet I found this application to be particularly confusing and long.

  • This month, we're celebrating you and those who've offered the Gift of Support and in so doing have joined us on the journey of creating a food-secure Vermont by sharing part of a recent interview with friend and neighbor Sara.

  • On Tuesday, January 30th a group of advocates and community members met at the Statehouse in Montpelier for SNAP Awareness Day—a day to educate Vermont leaders and policy makers on the importance and suggested improvements to SNAP, a federal food security program known as 3SquaresVT here in Vermont. SNAP Awareness Day goes beyond raising awareness about SNAP as a stand-alone program.

  • What do you get when you mix ingenuity, community-mindedness, and wisdom that comes with age? You get Velma, a 79-year-old, quick-witted grandmother who’s been helping people facing hunger in the Northeast Kingdom (NEK) for over four decades.

  • This recipe comes to us from Velma, an NEK grandmother who's been cooking and caring for her community for over four decades. Read more about Velma in our most recent newsletter, but for now, try out the slaw, it's delicious!