NYLA Briefinar: How Libraries Can Alleviate Hunger Amid COVID-19 & Beyond

Date: Monday, June 22nd at 11:00AM - 11:30AM
For the 2.2 million people living in New York households that struggle with hunger, COVID-19 continues to present unique challenges. Hunger Solutions New York is working to provide updates that can help community partners and families mitigate the projected impact of the pandemic on food insecurity in their area.

Join us for a presentation and an open conversation about ways libraries can help alleviate hunger and increase nutrition security by easily helping families connect with underserved programs such as WIC, SNAP, and summer meals. Bring your questions, chat with peers, and learn about new resources and flexibilities available now to help connect kids and families with the food they need.

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Your Panelists
Misha Marvel, MSW, and Krista Hesdorfer, MPA, serve as Child Nutrition Program Managers at Hunger Solutions New York. They are resources for community organizations, schools, and advocates to increase awareness of and participation in federal nutrition assistance programs. They conduct statewide outreach, provides technical assistance, and conducts administrative and legislative advocacy to protect and strengthen the programs. Misha has a particular focus on WIC. Krista has a particular focus on the Summer Food Service Program, and the Child and Adult Care Food Program.