“The bill does not increase SNAP benefits, despite the fact that food insecurity in Indiana is anticipated to rise 40% this year as a result of COVID, and 17 percent of Hoosier adults living with children say they can’t afford to give their children enough to eat.”
Feeding Indiana's Hungry was formed in 2005 to address the vital concern of feeding
Indiana's residents. By drawing on varied resources within public agencies and the private sector, we hope to provide hunger relief for those in need throughout Indiana.
Since early spring, the Feeding America network of 200 food banks, including 11 food banks serving Indiana, has been at the frontlines of providing food assistance to help people like Sandra weather unimaginable conditions: the largest U.S. public health crisis in a century. […]