Fighting Food Insecurity to Build a Brighter, Healthier Future

Access to nutritious foods is a key ingredient in overall health and well-being. Yet food security is the most commonly reported unmet social need in the United States.1 This need has grown into a crisis as the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbates the struggle in communities everywhere, raising the number of those experiencing food insecurity by an estimated 45 percent in 2020 since 2018.2 Each September, in recognition of Hunger Action Month, people across the country come together to shine a light on this issue to support those who face hunger and…