The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides nutrition to families with children, promotes health and wellness, and prepares students to learn.
SNAP is important to people in communities of all kinds, in all regions of our country. It offers a lifeline to our most vulnerable loved ones and neighbors, and we must protect it.
Congress is currently renewing the Farm Bill, with authorizes SNAP. With recent cuts and changes to the program, protecting SNAP is more important than ever.