SNAP Outreach Workshops
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385,000 Kansans are hungry. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can help. SNAP, formerly known as food stamps, helps nearly 1/4 million Kansans put food on the table every month. Programs like SNAP are necessary to systematically address hunger in our state. Private charities, food banks, and churches do a lot, but in order to close the "meal gap" in Kansas, these nonprofits would need $195,772,000.
Watch this video to see how SNAP helps all Kansans grow strong!
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By attending these workshops, you will learn how to help hungry members of your community to sign up for SNAP! This kind of service nicely complements existing hunger programming and mission work.
Which workshop would you like to attend?
Peabody on Saturday, June 23 (other details TBD)
Burns on Saturday, June 23 (other details TBD)
Would you like to set up another workshop in your community?
Contact Joey Hentzler: JHentzler@KansasAppleseed.org
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