Fighting Hunger in Maryland: From the Ground Up
Fourth Annual Conference
presented by the Maryland Food Access and Nutrition Network
Download the conference program (pdf).
Keynote Speaker: Edward M. Cooney, Executive Director of the Congressional Hunger Center
September 29, 2014, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
University of Maryland SMC Campus Center
621 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore
Panel Descriptions (pdf)
As the only statewide anti-hunger conference, Fighting Hunger in Maryland: From the Ground Up is an important forum that will bring together leaders from state and local agencies, nonprofits, schools, and advocates to inform, engage, and inspire action to promote equity in food access and nutrition in Maryland. Through expert presentations, interactive workshops, and networking opportunities, Fighting Hunger in Maryland will frame challenges and develop solutions to hunger in Maryland. Topics include: Federal and State Anti-Hunger Policy and Advocacy, Funding Anti-Hunger and Food Access Work, Child Nutrition Program Innovations and Policy Implementation, Innovative Models in Program Delivery, and more.
The Fighting Hunger in Maryland Conference is sponsored by AARP Maryland, United Way of Central Maryland, Giant Foods, and Action for Healthy Kids.
Questions? Contact Rachel Tucker at email@example.com or (410) 528-0021 x23.
The Maryland Food Access and Nutrition Network (MFANN) is a statewide coalition of non-profit organizations and federal, state and local government agencies focused on using the federal nutrition programs and other proven solutions to connect low-income Marylanders with healthy, affordable food. MFANN is chaired by Maryland Hunger Solutions.